Silicon Validation Engineer (f/m/d)
Munich, Bavaria-Bayern, Germany
Imagine what you could do here! At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Our team has a critical impact on getting high quality functional products to millions of customers. In order to expand our team’s validation capability, we are hiring passionate engineers on all levels from junior to senior roles. As part of the silicon validation team you will develop or port test software to evaluate various functional sub-systems and blocks in both pre- and post-silicon domains.
- Strong programming skills in C/C++ and python
- Experienced with embedded software and/or bare metal SW development.
- Experience with hardware/software interaction
- You have familiarity with computer/system/SoC/cellular modem architecture
- You have experience and/or are interested in writing code to test IO devices and/or functional units
- You have experience and/or are interested in silicon and RTL debug. Hands on experience is a plus.
- Assembly language programming skills a plus
- Experience with pre-silicon verification environments (RTL simulation, emulation FPGA prototyping) is a plus.
You will work closely with designers, architects and system engineers to understand various functional blocks and their use-cases You will develop test software to push these functional blocks and sub-systems to their limits to guarantee flawless function across different operating conditions. You will integrate existing test software between various environments. You will enhance and optimize test software and deploy it in both pre- and post-silicon environments.
Education & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or computer science is required. Apple is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.