FE Verification Engineer
About our organization - C2DG: Client and Core Development Group We are designing the future of compute
We develop Intels main and most valuable and complex IP - the CORE. It is the central part of many Intel's products: Desktops, Notebooks, Servers, Cloud CPUs and more. Our CORE is in the heart of hundreds of millions of products being sold every year, and is driving the internet, networking industry, cloud compute, communications, consumers and more.
About the team: FE and ID
Our team is designing Intel COREs Front-End and Instructions Decoder. We are a little team of enthusiast engineers, aiming to improve the performance of our CORE machine by implementing innovative and super complex techniques.
As a Verification Engineer, you will work on cutting edge design components that will require deep understanding of a highly complex design architecture. You will be part of a team that builds and develop verification environments for complex designs. You will be responsible for the full lifecycle of verification which range from verification planning, test execution, failure debugging, through collecting and closing coverage. You will be a part of a leading dynamic team, and your role will provide vast development opportunities as well as experience in various pre-silicon verification areas.
You should have:
BSc in Electrical or Computer Engineering.
Excellent analyzing skills.
Great communication skills.
Nice to have:
Knowledge in Perl/Python scripting.
Familiarity with Intel-Architecture
Inside this Business Group
The Core and Client Development Group (C2DG) is a worldwide organization focused on the development and integration of SOCs, Core ™, and critical IPs that power Intel's leadership products, driving most of the Client roadmap for CCG, Delivering Server First Cores that enable continued growth for DCG and invest in future disruptive technologies.
Work Model for this Role
This role will be eligible for our hybrid work model which allows employees to split their time between working on-site at their assigned Intel site and off-site.