FPGA Verification Engineer

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FPGA Verification Engineer

Roles and responsibilities

Must be a US Citizen
1 year contract position
W2 with full benefits
Must be able to pass background check and drug screen

Job Description:
This position will lead the planning and execution of verification and validation activities for highly complex and unique electronics systems with Laboratory wide impact. Approves all requirements, interfaces, V&V plans, change requests. Develops highly complex and unique test and verification system architectures. Develops advanced and unique modeling approaches. Partners with other engineers, project personnel and management to design and develop highly complex and reusable verification environments.
The verification engineer will: 
• Follow the JPL FPGA development procedure 
• Participate in peer and developmental reviews 
• Perform design analyses and design verification, including test script development 
• Provide support to hardware testing and post-delivery integration

Required Skills:
Minimum 4 years of UVM experience required Experience with Mentor/Questa preferred Proven verification expertise on a project from cradle-to-grave Writing verification test plans Creating verification environments: block, subsystem, & top-level - Creating test cases Running regression Gathering and reporting functional and code coverage results Working with designers to fix bugs. Experience with GIT revision control Experience with JIRA bug tracking Excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or related technical discipline with a minimum of 4 years of related experience; a Master’s degree in similar disciplines with typically a minimum of 1 years of related experience; or a PhD in similar disciplines with typically a minimum of 0 years related experience. 

Desired Skills:
Preferred qualifications include: 
• Experience with formal verification and SVA. 
• Familiarity with standard script languages, such as Python and TCL. 

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