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Staff Performance Analysis Engineer

Staff Performance Analysis Engineer
by Admin on 04-01-2022 at 5:05 pm

Website ARM

We are looking for a hardworking, creative person for our senior engineer position who has an interest in graphics processors, improving infrastructure, performance measurements and alike – our engineers are part of crafting the next generation of Arm technology!

The Role

The GPU engineering organisation in Arm produces GPU hardware and software for mobile and embedded devices. Our Mali™ Graphics Processor is the most shipped GPU globally – At GPU engineering you will work alongside the best engineers in the world making world-leading media products.

We are looking for an engineer with a strong interest in graphics technology for the PPA (Power, Performance, Area) team in Cambridge. The team acts as a sophisticated internal user of our products with the mission to measure the performance and energy efficiency in various use cases and analyse the performance to improve the products to reach maximum performance potential.

Would you like to work in a multi-site, multi-team and multi-cultural environment? Are you creative and passionate about new technologies? If so, we would love to hear from you!


  • Improving methodologies and tools for handling GPU content and performance data and improving PPA measurement and analysis methodologies
  • Writing scripts for PPA data measurements and visualisation while measuring performance of GPU workloads for various content
  • Analysing GPU performance and power consumption data and communicating performance analysis results within the organisation

Skills/Experience Required

  • Experience in 3D graphics technology and standards such as Vulkan or OpenGL ES and programming skills in Python, C and C++
  • Knowledge of standard Linux tools, shell and version control systems such as git
  • Willingness and ability to chip in to process improvement initiatives, be practical, organized and analytical approach to work and an ability to understand complex, abstract problems

Additional Information

Please watch the following video to see what it’s like to work on Arm GPUs:

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