SoC Memory Subsystem Validation Engineering Program Manager

Austin, Texas, United States
Hardware

Summary

Posted:
Role Number:200322494
Come and join the team that created the M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra. Apple makes the greatest SoCs in the world; to do that takes thousands of employees, multiple years, and very significant R&D spending. To make the best use of those employees, time, and money requires excellent methodologies and structures. As we continue to expand and mature, the methodologies and structures used to develop these SOCs must be improved. As a Memory Subsystem Validation and Debug Program Manager, you will drive the memory subsystem readiness for our custom SoCs. Our high-bandwidth multi-client memory subsystems are blazing new territory with every generation. Your charter will include managing bring-up, validation, and the complicated debug of our state of the art memory subsystem. In this dynamic role, you will be the critical interface between Apple’s DRAM architecture, Memory Controller Design and DV, DDR PHY, DRAM product engineering, and software teams to ensure these advanced memory technologies are delivered from architecture to mass production to Apple’s industry leading quality standards.

Key Qualifications

  • Requires 10+ years total experience in SOC/VLSI/Memory Chip Design, Validation, and Architecture
  • Confirmed technical program management or multi-functional management experience
  • Experience working in a high-energy multi-disciplined engineering environment, strong at multi-tasking and real-time crisis management
  • Knowledge of high performance memory subsystem, including SoC memory architecture, advanced DDR controller, PHY design and high speed IO interface, DRAM device, and associated calibration/training mechanisms
  • Excellent debugging skills. Proven ability to drive resolution of critical problems, while under pressure.
  • Ability to understand complex technical discussions and extract action plans.
  • Ability to succinctly summarize complex details for executive reporting
  • Extraordinary leadership skills and ability to inspire team members with an innate ability to see the bigger picture.
  • Passionate to own/drive project development using well-defined metrics.
  • Phenomenal leadership and interpersonal skills with a reciprocal mindset.
  • Thrives in dynamic schedule driven development environment.
  • Previous experience working with major DRAM memory vendors and validation of DRAM device is also a plus.

Description

• Work on a high performing EPM team responsible for driving technical issue resolution to enable on-time silicon to meet aggressive product schedules. • Make detailed program level plans for memory feature roll-out and align cross-functional teams on the support and validation plans. • Interface and drive memory related silicon issues across multi-functional teams: Design, Verification, Silicon Validation, Productization, System Hardware and Software. • Drive debug activities in post silicon environments, root-cause problems and steer the team to the best corrective action to move forward. • Focused issue reporting, bug tracking, organizing and reporting of program risks and status at an executive level. • Drive internal program process to guarantee high quality silicon execution.

Education & Experience

MS / BS Degree in Computer / Electrical Engineering

Additional Requirements