Quality Managers/Engineers

"We settle for nothing short of the very best."

Swee Hong's Story

Driving first time right quality

Swee Hong has been with Infineon since 2010, working initially as a Process Quality Engineer and now (since 2018) as an Advance Quality Engineering Manager. Based at the Malacca site in Malaysia, her mission is to drive and execute quality control needs within package development and change management projects at the backend. She enjoys learning new things and believes in investing time to find the best solution.

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Daniela's Story

Keeping everything in balance

Daniela joined Infineon in 2001 as Chemical Vapour Deposition Unit Process Engineer, advancing to the role of Senior Director in Villach in 2020. Her work is a fine balancing act, collaborating across functions with other organizations as well as with other frontend and backend sites. A strong team player, good communication skills are essential for all this liaison work.

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Jennifer's Story

Pushing Next Level of Zero Defects

Jennifer has been with Infineon in Wuxi, China, as a Quality Engineer since 2019. A keen communicator and enthusiastic networker, her focus is on responsible process execution, quality control and improvement, and the management of external customer complaints. To balance different stakeholder needs, she believes in being rigorous and strong instead of being everyone’s YES person.

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Joey's Story

Driving electrification with best MOSFETs

Joey is Head of High Power MOSFET Quality Management at Infineon Munich. She advanced to this position in 2021 having joined the company in 2003. Qualifying new products for automotive applications, she enjoys the opportunity to now experience the product development and qualification step in the product lifecycle. Her passion for learning and cross-functional collaboration helps her deal with daily challenges and strive for the best results.

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It is interesting to have exposure to different types of projects and to have an opportunity to contribute to those projects, specifically to the development of new packages and to production change projects supporting business growth.

Swee Hong Advance Quality Engineering Manager in Malacca, Malaysia

Swee Hong's Story

Driving first time right quality

Swee Hong has been with Infineon since 2010, working initially as a Process Quality Engineer and now (since 2018) as an Advance Quality Engineering Manager. Based at the Malacca site in Malaysia, her mission is to drive and execute quality control needs within package development and change management projects at the backend. She enjoys learning new things and believes in investing time to find the best solution.

Swee Hong in five words:

Enthusiast KnowledgeSharer Implementer WorldExplorer Volunteer

A company in a growth sector can provide a lot of opportunities for career growth and personal development.

To drive and execute quality control needs within package development as well as change management projects at the Malacca backend. 

No customer complaints after project release. Project execution quality with capability fulfilment and no changes after the process has been frozen for development projects. Also, no ramp-up failures on change management projects.

Exposure to and involvement in various types of projects for new package development supporting business growth as well as change projects for productivity and quality gains supporting business sustainability.

We are the quality gate keeper for our projects, the moderator moving the business process beyond obstacles, and the driver of the “first time right” quality approach. 

Decision-making with limited information and uncertain circumstances.

Dare to step out of your comfort zone and take on new challenges – don’t limit yourself!

I enjoy developing teams, watching them grow together and achieve beneficial results.

Daniela Senior Director in Villach, Austria

Daniela's Story

Keeping everything in balance

Daniela joined Infineon in 2001 as Chemical Vapour Deposition Unit Process Engineer, advancing to the role of Senior Director in Villach in 2020. Her work is a fine balancing act, collaborating across functions with other organizations as well as with other frontend and backend sites. A strong team player, good communication skills are essential for all this liaison work.

Daniela in five words:

Generalist Foodie ActiveDriver Leader ChildTamer

The way people work, communicate, and interact with each other. Working at Infineon is like working in a family. The whole Villach team is really great.

My job has a lot of variety. Leading the Frontend Quality Management (FE QM) organization in Villach with around 170 people. Through our different functions, we support production, Facility Management (FM), technical departments, and technology development. Support activities include providing business processes, problem-solving methods, failure analysis, and all kinds of quality engineering tasks. My job involves cross-functional cooperation with other organizations, which gives me many insights into production and technical topics. At the same time, I also have strong interconnections with other frontend and backend sites.

Stable production and good quality frontend products delivered to backend or bare die customers. That is our main task. The result is satisfied customers, internal as well as external, as this is proof of the quality of our work.

Being part of the fast-growing site in Villach is a special highlight. We have all the future topics here on site and we are growing very fast. This is very exciting and challenging for us. New topics are around the corner nearly every day.

The most challenging part are my leadership tasks. To work with my team and develop the organization in such a way that we can keep up with all the upcoming tasks is fun but not always easy. Automation and digitalization call for new job profiles and this means change for the QM community, and change always means uncertainty for people.

First of all, I am curious about the future of my family. I am also curious about the exciting times ahead of me and my team with all the new developments and projects in Villach that are currently ongoing. 

In my job, I drive quality control activities and improvements to achieve Next Level of Zero Defects (NLoZD).

Jennifer Quality Engineer in Wuxi, China

Jennifer's Story

Pushing Next Level of Zero Defects

Jennifer has been with Infineon in Wuxi, China, as a Quality Engineer since 2019. A keen communicator and enthusiastic networker, her focus is on responsible process execution, quality control and improvement, and the management of external customer complaints. To balance different stakeholder needs, she believes in being rigorous and strong instead of being everyone’s YES person.

Jennifer in five words:

StrategicThinker Yogi Volunteer Communicator Networker

Infineon has quite a systematic, all-round approach to nurturing young graduates.

As a cross-function Quality Engineer, I work with a lot of people from different departments. So I learn a lot through teamwork. Main tasks for me are to govern responsible process execution, drive quality control and improvement, and manage external customer complaints.

The products I am responsible for are usually made into bank cards, ID cards, etc.

More information can be found here.

The highlights of my job include the opportunity to work on both strategic and operational projects. Strategic projects like product transfers and new product introductions; and operational projects like solving problems that occurred in production lines and actively supporting change management.

It is challenging for QE to handle the different interests of different stakeholders – you have to be strong enough and keep quality in mind instead of being everybody’s YES person. 

Trust and encouragement from my manager and full support from my colleagues.

Quality Management is a great opportunity to contribute my knowledge and learn new things as I experience the different phases of the product lifecycle.

Joey Head of High Power MOSFET Quality Management in Munich, Germany

Joey's Story

Driving electrification with best MOSFETs

Joey is Head of High Power MOSFET Quality Management at Infineon Munich. She advanced to this position in 2021 having joined the company in 2003. Qualifying new products for automotive applications, she enjoys the opportunity to now experience the product development and qualification step in the product lifecycle. Her passion for learning and cross-functional collaboration helps her deal with daily challenges and strive for the best results.

Joey in five words:

Enthusiast Leader Painter Optimizer/Improver StepCounter

Infineon has great learning and growth opportunities ‒ also internationally if you have the mobility. What I particularly like about Infineon is the collaborative environment and supportive team members. When you are unsure, all you have to do is ask. And this is what we embrace and practice every day in our team. 

Coaching and leading a team of Quality Managers on technology and product qualification with an international development team, resolving day-to-day challenges together, and improving our processes to make them more efficient and agile without losing focus on quality. 

Effective qualification strategy, high-quality products, and customer satisfaction.

Find more information about Infineon's automotive MOSFET here.

Highly motivated and fully engaged team members. 

The lean yet robust qualification concept in a highly dynamic environment, and meeting time-to-market. 

Learning new things, coaching others and having FUN at work.