IC Resources Ltd

Digital Verification Engineer

4 days left

Location
Dublin
Salary
€60 - €70 per hour
Posted
03 May 2018
Closes
31 May 2018
Ref
JO-1805-122266
Contact
Paul Wiltshire
Job Function
Design
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Digital IC Verification - Ireland

€60-70per hour

6 month initial contract


IC Resources are currently working with a long client who are looking for a verification engineer to join there team just outside of Dublin. Our client are a leading semiconductor company with a multinational presence. This particular team specialise in IC designs for DSP applications and work on large mixed signal SoC's, ASIC's and FPGA's.

Successful candidates will have experience of carrying out functional verification using SystemVerilog within UVM environments. The UVM environments will already be in place however the ability to make changes and adapt them correctly would be essential. Experience of creating cover points and assertions would be beneficial.

The Focus of this role would be a strong a background in debugging Verilog and SystemVerilog as applicants would need to debug complex RTL designs in a fast moving team.


Key Points:

  • SystemVerilog expert
  • Knowledge of UVM
  • 6 month initial contract
  • Strong Debugging skils


Applicants must be eligible to work in the EU for this position.


If this role is of interest please get in touch: paul.wiltshire@ic-resources.com

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