Intel Pre-Silicon Validation Engineer in Fort Collins, Colorado
Become a key member of the Ft. Collins clock generation design team-this team includes all disciplines such as analog design, logic design, mixed-signal validation, and structural design. In addition, this team does both pre- and post-silicon work on its products. This team delivers clocking-related solutions for server and base-station CPUs in Intel's leading process nodes.
This specific job is for a pre-silicon validation engineer with a secondary interest in logic design:
Candidate will author test plans and execute them using logic simulation, mixed-signal, and structural netlist techniques (background in test bench and infrastructure development is beneficial).
Secondarily, candidate will help with logic design and register transfer level (RTL) coding.
Minimum Qualifications: Candidates should have BSEE degree or higher (or a related degree).
Successful candidates must have 5+ years of experience coding test cases, checkers, and logic/RTL features (preferably in SystemVerilog) as well as multiple years of experience running validation on the code to prove its quality.
Debug skills/tools (e.g. Verdi) is also desired.
Experience with analog circuits is not required but is desired since much of the validation revolves around the analog design of clocking circuits.
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