Graphics Verification Engineer
In this position, you will be playing a role in the pre-silicon validation of our world renowned client's leading edge integrated graphics CPU products, with focus on integration validation of the graphics core. OVERVIEW: Development of test plans, test bench, BFMs (bus functional models), checkers, trackers, functional coverage as required Working closely with design engineers, micro-architects, other team members to ensure high quality of test plans, validation environment, and tests Writing of tests using in-house tool (Grits) Execution and debug of tests in simulation and possibly emulation Strong discipline and attention to detail in ensuring effective and high quality validation that minimizes bug escapes to higher levels of validation REQUIREMENTS: 5+ years experience in defining, implementing and deploying verification capabilities and methodologies Expertise in Verilog, SystemVerilog, Tcl/Perl Scripting, and VCS simulator Strong experience with architecting optimized validation environments test plan/test bench/bus-functional-models/checkers/trackers/functional coverage development, and test writing/debug Working knowledge of UNIX, and Windows Ability to ramp up on domain content and new tools within a week and start being productive AVM knowledge preferred Familiarity with Specman, Graphics concepts, credit-based protocols, and/or power-management flows a plus Estimated length of assignment: 6 months Number of positions: 2 Estimated hours per week: 40 hours % of travel required: N/A Telecommuting: None at this time To apply for this position please attach an updated Resume in Word/.doc format with daytime phone number where you can best be reached. Please also include a brief cover letter outlining your experience as related to this job requirement. CompuCom is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates must have the unrestricted right to work in the US. No 3rd party/recruiters please.
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