Qualcomm SoC Debug Hardware Architect in San Diego, California

Job Description:

Job Id

E1968519

Job Title

SoC Debug Hardware Architect

Post Date

12/05/2018

Company


Division

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.


CDMA Technology at http://www.qualcomm.com/about/businesses/qct

Job Area

Engineering - Hardware

Location

California - San Diego

Job Overview

Become a key member of the team designing and architecting debug solutions for the most powerful smartphone SoCs in the world. We are seeking a gifted engineer who has experience in developing digital architecture and hardware to provide on-chip run-time invasive and non-invasive core and system-level debug/trace services. This role will involve specification, system level architecture and micro-architecture of digital hardware as well as working with IP design team, SoC HW and SW teams to ensure the debug features are implemented correctly and efficiently.

All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Science, Engineering, or related field.

  • 5+ years ASIC design, verification, or related work experience.

Preferred Qualifications

8+ years of ASIC design, verification, or related work experience with 3+ years in any of following areas:

  • Experience in debug architecture especially ARM Coresight architecture

  • Experience in features/methodology for pre- and post-silicon debug

  • Experience in creating design and architectural specification

  • Digital design using Verilog

  • Working on large complex SoC projects

Education Requirements

Required: Bachelor's, Computer Engineering and/or Electrical Engineering Preferred: Master's, Computer Engineering and/or Electrical Engineering

EEO Employer: Qualcomm is an equal opportunity employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, Veteran status, or any other protected classification.