**Job Id** E1954178
**Job Title** RF Front-end Filter/Duplexer Specialist
**Post Date** 09/12/2017
**Company-Division** Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
CDMA Technology at http://www.qualcomm.com/about/businesses/qct
**Job Area** Engineering – Hardware
**Location** California – San Diego
**Job Overview** The position offers the opportunity to be part of Qualcomm’s cutting edge RFFE (RF Front-End) Engineering Department. As a RFFE Filter specialist you will work closely with development/reference platform hardware design teams and the RF Systems team to determine best filter/duplexer/diplexer/coupler solutions that meet performance, availability and cost requirements, including integration of filter solutions into the actual designs. You will also communicate the requirements to the suppliers, including meeting deadlines for the development of these components and providing feedback to the design teams.
All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.
**Minimum Qualifications** You should have 5 or more years of post-graduate RF filter design experience and a broad knowledge of RF components including:
– Experience interfacing with a filter suppliers for various technology segments.
– Experience working with module level designers and understanding key technical specifications and performing in-depth research into trade-offs and possible component solutions.
**Preferred Qualifications** – Filter design for cellular handsets.
– Experience with RF Front-end Module (FEM) development.
**Education Requirements** Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering required, Master’s or PhD preferred.
**EEO employer: including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability & veterans status.**
Who is Qualcomm, and what do we do? We are engineers, scientists and business strategists. We are from many different countries and speak many different languages. We come from diverse cultures and have unique perspectives. Together, we focus on a single goal—invent mobile technology breakthroughs.