Job ID #: 18125
Job Category: Hardware Engineering
Employment Type: Graduates
Division: Central Engineering – Systems
Department: Central Engineering – Systems Engineering
Primary Country: UK
Primary Location: Cambridge
This is an engineering role focusing on hardware development. The role is to work alongside system architects, to build and validate future Arm-based System-on-Chip designs. You will have the opportunities of:
- Being member of a small and talented team, giving you the opportunity to innovate and make a significant contribution
- Developing solutions for systems where many ideas are at embryo stage of development in the industry
- Employing leading-edge design and verification technologies to produce low-power, high-performance products
- Enabling other colleagues and our partners by providing system-level insights for the design of Arm’s CPU, Media and System IP
- Developing skills in hardware design and integration, functional verification, test automation, system design
More specifically, you will gain hands-on experiences in different stages of system development, ranging from high-level conceptual investigation to actual implementation and validation of the micro-architecture, and from system level integration to unit level design.
Are you a good fit for Arm?
You will be on track to receive, or have achieved a 2.1 degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science, Engineering, or other related subject.
- Understanding of computer and system architecture concepts.
- Knowledge of digital circuits.
- Enthusiastic and passionate about all aspects of system design engineering both within, and outside, a degree course.
- Strong collaboration with good communication skills.
- Excellent attention to details
- Fluency in one of common programming languages (for example, C/C++, Python).
- Competency in Hardware Description Language: Verilog or VHDL.
- Familiarity with the Arm AMBA specifications or other bus protocols.
- Knowledge of the Arm architecture.
- Knowledge of design techniques for low power
- Exposure or working knowledge of synthesis/floor-planning/power-planning and place-and-route tools and techniques
- Confidence in use of UNIX environment and shell programming/scripting in e.g. Tcl, Perl, Python etc.
What are the desired behaviours for this role?
ARM Graduate Engineers are expected to exhibit the following behaviours and skills:
- Partner and customer focus – Your tendency to put your partners and customers first in all that you do by understanding their needs and striving to achieve win-win solutions.
- Collaboration and communication – Your ability to cultivate positive and sustainable relationships which are built upon mutual trust, open communication and sharing of information and success.
- Creativity and innovation – Possessing a real passion for driving continuous improvement through spotting opportunities and seeking the views of others.
- Team and personal development – You take time to drive your own development, whilst also inspiring team members and partners to do the same.
- Impact and influence – You listen to different opinions, evaluate, persuade and carefully construct your work to deliver truly impactful results.
- Deliver on your promises – You demonstrate a can-do attitude and you drive to overcome obstacles, acting with a sense of urgency because you’re passionate about what you do.
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