Posted Jun 14, 2013
ASIC/SoC/FPGA Verification Engineer/Contract (DPV001)
As a ASIC Verification Engineer, you will be responsible to verify advanced ASIC products that complement Silicon Vision AMS solutions.
You are an Engineer who wants to contribute in the verification of key components of these ASICs, are excited by learning about new technologies, and are motivated by being part of a team that is critical to the success of Silicon Vision. You will be responsible to contribute to the verification strategy for ASIC projects and the documentation of the test plans, contribute to the development of ASIC verification infrastructure in SystemVerilog and UVM/OVM, and carry out verification tasks against the plan. You will write coverage models, and assertions, implement test-benches, write test cases to achieve coverage goals, and debug differences between implementation and reference models. You need to enjoy working in close collaboration with your colleagues.
The successful candidate's minimum qualifications will include the following:
BS in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or equivalent
A relevant industry experience verifying complex ASIC IPs and ASICs (desired)
Key contributor to verification of at least one ASIC from project start to verification signoff and tape-out (desired)
Excellent communication skills (both oral and written), problem solving skills, and a positive, team-oriented attitude, along with a desire to always learn something new
Background and experience in implementing ASIC verification infrastructure in System Verilog and UVM (or OVM)
Experience implementing assertions in SVA
Experience in white-box/black-box testing strategies, defining, implementing, and achieving functional coverage and code coverage metrics
Experience using, defining, and implementing revision control and issue tracking methodologies
Experince in implementing automation using Python, Perl, C/C++, and TCL
Knowledge of basic design concepts: Verilog based design, clock domain crossing, signaling protocols
Exposure to verifying networking or hard wired signal processing functions
Exposure to writing reference models in Matlab/C/C++
This is a contract based opportunity with 3 months of initial period and a possibility to extend.
How to apply:
Please send your updated resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and add DPV001 in email subject. Only emails following this format will be considered.