Advanced Physical Implementation Engineer

ARM Holdings Inc

Posted Jan. 31, 2024

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You have a keen interest in CPU micro-architecture and hardware design ? Take up the challenge to rise tomorrow’s processors performance! We are looking for an enthusiastic engineer to join Arm, and help shape the future of technology and collaborating in the development of next-generation CPU that fuel billions of devices world-wide.

 

Arm’s Sophia Antipolis design centre is located in one of the most beautiful parts of France, at the heart of Europe’s largest and most dynamic technology park. Surrounded by mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, this exceptional design centre has delivered leading products from Arm’s Cortex (TM) processor family.

 

The position is available in the CPU Performance Analysis and Modelling team, an international team comprising an enthusiastic mix of experts and talented graduates. At the crossroads of software and hardware, our activities cover all performance related topics for the CPUs developed in the centre, from early microarchitectural investigations up to performance verification of the final products.

 

As CPU Performance Analysis Engineer, you will directly contribute to the definition and bring-up of Arm’s next-gen processor micro-architecture.

 

Apply now and join our team!

 

Responsibilities:


Working alongside our world leading hardware and software experts, your main role will consist in analyzing and optimizing the performance results of the CPU under development in the center at all stages of the project.

 

Your activities will include:

 

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We have a friendly and high-performance working environment, where Arm offers a competitive benefits package in France, including: private medical insurance (employee and family), 25 days annual leave, 20-day sabbatical every four years, supplementary pension and reduction in working hours (11 days).