CPU Circuit Design Engineer
The Atom CPU Circuit Technology team is looking for a highly motivated and technically savvy experienced individual to join our team as Digital Circuit Design Engineer. Our team is responsible for developing full-custom as well as compiler based Large Signal Arrays (custom multi-ported register file), ROMs, SRAMs, power delivery and standard cell characterization for Atom CPU Hard IP and its derivatives. We are also involved in defining the PV methodology, post-silicon speed-path analysis, bin-split and PnP projections for Atom CPUs.
This will be a fast-paced dynamic environment where you will work in the high performance, low power CPU design group on a wide spectrum of circuit activities ranging from technical readiness, device and/or cell characterization, bit-cell simulations, critical path simulations and design custom blocks to meet stringent Power/Performance/Area constraints. You will be involved in methodology definition tasks as well as executing to project schedules. Behavioral traits for this position would include logical thinking, very good verbal/written communication, excellent interpersonal skills, ability to prioritize work, and multi-tasking, good analytical and problem solving skills.
Minimum qualifications are required to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
PhD in Electrical Engineering and/or Computer Engineering or any STEM related degree
MS in Electrical Engineering and/or Computer Engineering or any STEM related degree with 3+ years of experience in a high-tech company.
BS in Electrical Engineering and/or Computer Engineering or any STEM related degree with 4+ years of experience in a high-tech company.
3+ years of experience in one or more of the following areas:
Complementary MOS (CMOS) circuits design.
Digital logic and optimizations.
Circuit design trade-off for power, performance and area.
Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI).
Low power implementation techniques.
Memory design experience.