SENIOR DIGITAL METHDOLOGY ENGINEER- DUBLIN, IRELAND

Location Dublin
Contact name: Micheal O’Maoldomhnaigh

Contact email: micheal@softwareplacements.ie
Job ref: 1074
Published: 7 months ago

Client:

Our client a leading Multinational Semiconductor Company requires Senior Digital Methodology Engineer for role based in Dublin, Ireland.

 

Role:

You will develop common Digital Implementation methodologies, and support their adoption across the company. Additionally, there will be some responsibility for Digital library view generation & checking

  • This will involve:
    • Selecting the most appropriate methods & techniques for delivering optimal results and productivity.
    • Closely supporting, and developing relationships with, multiple design groups.
    • Developing and delivery of high-quality documentation and training.
    • Instigating discussions to identify strengths and weakness of implemented solutions, document results and provide improvements.
  • You will be expected to develop expert skills in, and eventually take responsibility for the support of:
    • Logic Synthesis including Scan Insertion and Functional ECO implementation.
    • Static Verification including Formal Equivalency Checking (FEC), Static Timing Analysis (STA), Power analysis, Clock & Register Domain Crossing (CDC/RDC) checks.
    • RTL Linting.

Requirements and Education:

  • Typically, 3-5 years’ industry experience.
  • Degree level qualification in Electronics / Microelectronics Engineering or a related discipline.

Essential:

  • Understanding of Digital ASIC Design, Implementation & Verification flows.
  • Ability to prioritize activities, set goals and meet deadlines under tight schedule pressure.
  • Experience in digital design techniques and coding languages (Verilog and System Verilog). 
  • Experience with Unix/Linux Environments.
  • Ability to solve complex issues in creative and effective ways.
  • Concise and proactive communication skills within a multi-site and multi-cultural environment.
  • Ability to work both independently and part of a team.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Good interpersonal skills / ability to persuade and influence based on technical facts.
  • Willingness & ability to undertake occasional international travel.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the Liberty Digital Library format.
  • Experience with Python/Perl/TCL.
  • Understanding of Logic Synthesis, Design for Test, Static Timing Analysis and Formal Equivalence Checking.

 

Contact:

For further information please contact Mícheál at Software Placements on 00353 1 5254642 or email micheal@softwareplacements.ie

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