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FPGA Test Automation Engineer

FPGA Test Automation Engineer
by Admin on 08-22-2023 at 3:28 pm

Website Achronix

Achronix Semiconductor Corporation is a fabless semiconductor corporation based in Santa Clara, California, offering high-performance FPGA solutions. Achronix is the only supplier to have both high-performance and high-density standalone FPGAs and embedded FPGA (eFPGA) solutions in high-volume production. The Achronix FPGA and eFPGA IP offerings are further enhanced by ready-to-use PCIe accelerator cards targeting AI, ML, networking and data center applications. All Achronix products are supported by best-in-class EDA software tools.


The successful candidate will own testability of the core fabric of high-performance standalone and embedded FPGAs. Responsibilities include the following:

  • Develop flows to automate fault testing of the FPGA core fabric
  • Work actively with frontend and backend designers to support DFT implementation
  • Work with test and product engineers to prepare ATE test patterns and support the test program from wafer sort to final test
  • Provide support to customers on the testability of Achronix eFPGA products
  • Mentor junior engineers

Skills and Qualifications

  • Experience programming in a scripting language (e.g., Python or Perl) and writing full programs from scratch
  • Experience designing/maintaining flows and methodologies from scratch
  • Experience with digital VLSI design and verification
  • Experience reading and writing RTL (e.g., Verilog)
  • Experience with industry standard DFT flows (ATPG, BIST, etc.), fault coverage and fault analysis is a plus
  • Familiarity with using and/or designing FPGAs is a plus
  • Excellent problem solving and debugging skills
  • Extremely well organized and excellent communication skills
  • BS/MS in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science plus 2–10 years experience

The compensation range for this position is $160,000–$180,000. Salary ranges dependent on experience and location.

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