Graduate Engineer - CPU
Graduate Engineers will rotate through various engineering technical teams within our organization. Rotation engineers will have a structured program where individuals can make contributions in different areas around CPU architecture working on the performance modeling, RTL design, design verification and implementation
- Work independently, with help from your technical mentor(s), to complete the project assigned
- Learn independently using the resources, technical materials, and team support provided to you
- Understand Arm and its Core Beliefs
Required Skills and Experience:
- Currently enrolled in Bachelors or Masters program in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science graduating by Dec 2023/May 2024.
- Relevant coursework or projects in areas such as computer architecture, data structures, algorithms, VLSI, Verilog/VHDL or logic design
- Excellent programming skills including experience with at least one of: C++, SystemVerilog, SystemC, TLM, C#, Java or Python.
“Nice To Have” Skills and Experience:
- Familiarity with Linux/Unix computing environments. Knowledge of revision control systems and large scale project development a plus.
- Prior experience or coursework in Out-of-Order microarchitecture, performance analysis, or modern verification frameworks is a plus!
We offer a hybrid approach to home and office working to provide an adaptable experience for all employees. We expect some working time to be spent in office, at least two days a week, to promote a strong environment with good team integration. Work-life balance is ingrained in our culture!
Application Closing Date: October 20th. We aim to respond to all applications no later than the week after the closing date.
Graduate Start Date: Between June and July 2024
We are aiming to complete our recruitment process and communicate application outcomes by December 10th.