Product Design Engineering Interns

QorvoHillsboro, OR

13 days ago


Job Title

Module Design Engineering Intern

Job Location

Hillsboro, US

Job Overview

Qorvo's Internship Program is designed for college students currently enrolled in an accredited Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD program. Qorvo offers real work experience, exposure to upper management, and the opportunity to pursue full-time opportunities, as available.

Qorvo's Internship Program offers:

  • Challenging, skill-building assignments
  • Mentoring and coaching from industry experts
  • Lunch & Learns and other learning opportunities
  • Collaborative team-based work environment
  • Networking and social events
  • Final presentation to business leaders

Qorvo's Module Design Engineering Internships are offered in our Advanced Cellular Engineering business group. Specific projects and responsibilities will be determined based on the business needs at the time of the internship assignment.


We're excited for you to apply!


Responsibilities may include:

  • Design and development of RF Front End Modules for advanced cellular product applications
  • Simulating module performance and solving isolation and coupling problems
  • Improving/innovating simulation infrastructure and designing test laminates
  • Building and simulating complex EM models of RF Front End Modules using Ansys HFSS to capture isolation and coupling impact and module shielding effects
  • Running FMS (full module simulations) across all functional states to identify compliance issues and provide solutions to improve margin to specifications
  • Using test benches including Sig Gen, Spectrum Analyzer, Power Meter, VNA, and probe-station to test and evaluate designs.


  • Pursuing MSEE, PhD degree, or equivalent in electrical engineering
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Coursework (including lab) in RF circuit design, good knowledge of S-parameters, transmission lines, and Smith chart
  • Desired coursework includes Analog circuit design, Integrated Circuit design, Electromagnetics, and Solid-state Devices
  • Experience with design tools such as Keysight ADS, AWR, HFSS/Sonnet/IE3D (EM tool)
  • Experience with RF measurement equipment, such as spectrum analyzers and network analyzers, is highly beneficial
  • Good communication skills both verbal and written - good presentation skills, ability to clearly communicate technical and/or logistic issues/solutions
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Detail-oriented to ensure design and delivery of high yielding products

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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs

Top majors

That get hired for this type of internship

  • Mechanical Engineering46%

  • Engineering14%

  • Electrical And Electronics Engineering9%

  • Design And Applied Arts3%

  • Computer Engineering2%

  • 74 other majors23%

People who did this kind of internship end up at the following companies

  • Boeing
  • Intel Corporation
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Tesla Motors
  • Eaton
Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Hillsboro, OR | $5,372/mo

  • Housing/Rent$3,319

  • Miscellaneous$978

  • Food$481

  • Transportation$332

  • Utilities$262


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