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Power Performance Validation Engineer, Vancouver, The Engineering Institute Of Canada

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
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Power Performance Validation Engineer, Vancouver, The Engineering Institute Of Canada
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published June 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Power performance validation engineer


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Responsibilities include:
Defining, documenting, executing and reporting the overall Power & Performance functional test plan and validation strategy for a set of AMD SOC's.
Driving technical innovation to enhance AMD's Power & Performance validation capabilities, including tools and scripts development, technical and procedural methodology enhancement, and various internal and cross-functional technical initiatives.
Debugging Power & Performance features issues found during emulation, bring-up, system validation, and production phases of SOC programs.
Engaging on pre-silicon verification efforts with cross-functional teams including Design Verification (DV), Diagnostics, FPGA-based Emulation and other SW/HW modeling frameworks to ensure readiness for first silicon arrival
Enabling Power & Performance features and analyzing measured impact Vs expected results.
Leading collaborative technical discussions to drive resolution of technical issues and roll out technical initiatives.
Low-level testing of IP hardware features using diagnostics, software tools, protocol/logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, and other test equipment.
Developing knowledge of system architecture/debug and other internal IP’s.
Supporting issues on customer platforms as requested by customer support teams.
Preferred Skills Sets :
Experience in digital Logic Design/Validation/Post-Silicon Verification.
Experience in Power and Performance validation/modeling/measurement an asset.
Extensive experience with ASIC debug techniques and methodologies.
Extensive knowledge of physical and protocol levels of common high-speed interfaces an asset.
Extensive experience with board/platform-level debug, including clock/power delivery, sequencing, analysis, and optimization.
Strong programming/scripting skills an asset (eg. C/C++, Ruby, Python).
Extensive experience with common lab equipment, including protocol/logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, etc.
In-depth knowledge of PC architectures/PCIe protocol is an asset.
Bachelors or Master’s degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering.
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Must excel in a dynamic team working environment.
Leadership and mentoring skills a definite asset.
Must be a self-starter and be able to independently drive tasks to completion.

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Electrical Or Computer Engineering

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Vancouver, British Columbia BC

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