IC Resources Ltd

Digital Verification Consultant, UVM, Belgium

Location
Leuven
Salary
12 Months
Posted
01 Sep 2016
Closes
29 Sep 2016
Ref
J37326
Contact
Rob Maw
Job Function
Test
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Digital Verification Consultant, Leuven, Belgium Contract

IC Resources are currently working with a global semiconductor company with an office in Leuven, Belgium.

Our client is looking for an experienced Digital Verification consultant for a long term project based on-site in Leuven. Ideally you will have over 10 years experience in digital verification including recent experience in System Verilog and UVM verification. You will have experience in creating test benches from scratch as well as building UVM environments and recent experience in constrained random verification techniques.

You will be able to work autonomously and want to take ownership of the verification element of projects. The initial contract would run for 12 months, however this has the potential to be a long term contract opportunity. You must be eligible to work in Belgium and the EU to be considered for this role.

Key Points
- Digital Verification
- Experience in System Verilog / UVM verification
- Creating test benches from scratch
- Building UVM environments
- Constrained random verification techniques
- Must want to take ownership of verification projects
- On-site work in Leuven
- 12 month initial contract starting in September / October

You must be eligible to work in the EU for this role. If you would like more information or to apply for this role please contact Robert Maw at IC Resources.

***Please note that if you are interested in the following: Digital Verification, System Verilog, UVM, Creating & Maintaining Test Benches, Top-Level Verification, UVM Environments, Constrained Random Verification, Ownership, Cadence Tools, Verification, Semiconductors, 12 month contract and you could commit to on-site work in Leuven then this could be a good opportunity for you.***

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