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Summary Power Engineer - Facebook, Menlo Park, CA 
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Facebook demands highly customized server components from its hardware vendors to ensure that every watt hour of energy is used efficiently. Our designs are kept simple and minimalistic; with an emphasis on specifying and testing every critical component. This position is full time and located in our Menlo Park office.

Responsibilities:
- Define architecture and specifications for power supplies, back-up systems and motherboard power conversion systems.
- Engage vendors to ensure product meets specification and delivery target
- Review schematics and board diagrams, run detailed design reviews
- Work on power projects development, debug and validation as stand-alone and at system level
- Diagnose and troubleshoot root cause failures, communicate findings for corrective actions and quick resolution
- Thoroughly review the projects and continuously provide inputs
- Engage mechanical team to ensure fit and proper component cooling
- Engage hardware team to ensure proper system integration and functionalities
- Drive outside vendors, collaborate with the internal program management team and the other teams for a steady development progress
- Responsible for first bring-up testing of power projects for functionality
- Engage deployments team to ensure smooth product introduction
- Provide input on data center power schemes, and help in solving power distribution issues
Requirements
- Bachelor's degree in electrical or power engineering required
- Minimum 5 years of experience in leading edge power systems design
- Skilled on AC-DC & DC-DC front-ends and server systems power architecture
- Familiar with power converters schematics, layout, CAD tools, design review process
- Skilled on analysis methods for power supplies, including loop stability measurements
- Knowledgeable of Digital Bus Interface protocols, PMBus, PSMI
- Experienced in dealing with outside ODMs
- Knowledgeable of lab equipments, oscilloscopes, probes, power analyzers, electronic loads, and able to operate them
- Must be familiar with hardware and power testing methodologies and have a hands-on approach when testing
- Familiar with fault protection systems
- Understanding of safety codes, standards and industry best practices
- Detail oriented communication and documentation skills
 
Date 1/7/2013 
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