IC Resources Ltd

Staff Verification Engineer - Cambridge, UK

Competitive plus excellent benefits, DOE
23 Aug 2017
20 Sep 2017
David Dixon
Job Function
Design, Test
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Staff Verification Engineer
Cambridge, UK
Competitive Salary, plus excellent benefits, DOE

Exciting opportunity for a skilled Staff level Verification Engineer to join an exciting fabless semiconductor company that is developing breakthrough solutions for the next generation mobile technologies.

The digital design team in Cambridge is highly experienced in delivering low-power, mixed-signal IC designs. As a member of the verification team, you will work alongside digital designers, analogue designers and chip implementation teams, focusing on design verification of digital sub-systems and SOC's.

You will be responsible for:
(i)Ownership of all the aspects of verification of a complex IP/Subsystem or a full chip.
(ii)Hands-on development of test-plans, verification environment/test-bench, test-cases etc.
(iii)Make sure that internal quality standards are met in the verification execution in order to achieve right first-time design.
(iv)Contribute to the overall methodology and continuous improvement programs.
(v)Mentor the junior team members based on need.

Following are essential skills
1.Deep understanding of all the verification aspects with a pragmatic approach.
2.Extensive experience in verification at all levels IP/Subsystem and Top Level in complex SoCs.
3.Expertise and experience in System Verilog and methodologies such as UVM and/or OVM.
4.Experience in metric driven verification techniques.

An appreciation of formal, and power-aware, verification as well as working in a mixed-signal environment will be useful, but are not mandatory.

For further information and to apply please contact Dave at IC Resources.

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