IC Resources Ltd

Senior ASIC Verification Engineer

3 days left

Competitive salary upon experience + benefits
25 Sep 2017
23 Oct 2017
David Dixon
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior ASIC Verification Engineer
Dublin, Ireland
Competitive salary upon experience + benefits

Our client is a highly respected multi-national company developing complex semiconductor ICs in the most advanced process technologies, and are seeking a talented Verification Engineer to join their Mixed Signal verification group in Dublin, Ireland.

Candidates suitable for this position will bring:

*Degree -qualified, with 5+ years industry hands-on experience in a verification environment
*Strong understanding of, and direct experience in the development of verification environments and methodologies at block and chip level
*Extensive knowledge of SystemVerilog / Verilog / VHDL
*Experience with state of the art of verification techniques - constrained random stimulus generation, assertion, functional coverage - and using verification methodologies such as OVM/UVM/VMM
*Good understanding of Object-Oriented programming concepts
*Experience with one or more scripting languages
*Good problem solving skills and ability to analyse and debug RTL design issues

The successful ASIC Verification Engineer will enjoy challenging career growth opportunities and a very good work/life balance. Relocation and visa assistance can be provided where needed.

For details, please contact Dave Dixon, IC Verification specialist at IC Resources.

Key words: Digital, ASIC, IC, IP, RTL, VHDL, Verilog, verification, mixed-signal, analog, AMS, systemverilog, OVM, UVM, VMM, object-oriented, constrained random, assertions, formal, Semiconductor, Ireland, Dublin.

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