SOC Digital Design Engineer
Munich, Bavaria-Bayern, Germany
Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming great products very quickly. Do you want to bring passion and dedication to your job? There's no telling what you could accomplish at Apple. The people who work here have reinvented entire industries with all Apple Hardware products. The same real passion for innovation that goes into our products also applies to our practices — we continue to strengthen our commitment to leave the world better than we found it. By now the industry is accustomed to Apple taping out the SoCs for our various products at a rigorous pace. In order to achieve this, our world-class design processes are driven by our top-notch Digital Design engineers. Are you ready to join some of the world's leading engineers, and help us deliver the next generation of ground-breaking Apple products?
- You should have 15+ years of experience in silicon design:
- Microarchitecture definitions at the unit level;
- RTL coding, block-level simulations, and synthesis;
- Strong Verilog / System Verilog skills;
- Experience with scripting and programming languages with some of the following: Perl, C, C++, TCL is an advantage;
- Excellent collaboration skills.
As an SoC Design engineer you will have responsibilities spanning all aspects of SoC design flow: - Work with the architecture team to develop the microarchitecture spec. - Develop RTL for one or more blocks following established design guidelines based on microarchitecture spec. - Work on advanced design practices (Clock/Voltage domain crossing, DFT and Low Power Design) - Work with multi-disciplinary groups to make sure designs are delivered on time and with the highest quality by incorporating proper checks at every stage of the design process
Education & Experience
You hold a MSEE or equivalent strong experience.
- Apple is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities.