Arm has been a leading-edge provider for CPU, GPU & Media system IP over a long period of time and is a market leader. The site in Manchester is a key design centre and R&D hub with a culture of collaboration and innovation. Arm is the leading company in global technology and welcomes the most talented people from around the world.
Arm Manchester office is located in the centre of the city, a 5 minutes walk from Piccadilly train station with nearby bus and tram transportation links. Manchester boasts a vibrant nightlife as well as having a world-famous footballing heritage. For those who appreciate quieter surroundings it is a short drive to the Peak District National Park and within reasonable distance of the idyllic North Wales. This exceptional design centre is one of the two UK based design hubs which houses a multitude of different groups all working on exciting technologies. Here in the Reference Systems Group, we design and verify the building blocks for these complex systems.
In Reference Systems Design and Verification, you could:
Help to develop a block of complex system IP, central to the next generation of SoCs
Implement complex logic using Verilog to bridge a gap in a system
Verify a complex design, at many levels
Create the verification components required to thoroughly test all Arms IP blocks and systems
Education & Qualifications
You will preferably be an undergraduate from a University or Engineering School, in electronic engineering or computer science. Other science graduates would be considered if you have relevant experience.
Enthusiasm for science and technology with especial reference to mobile computing, IoT and innovative engineering. The systems we are developing are challenging in both the area of hardware design and software. You will find that you are expected to find solutions where such a challenge presents itself so this will test your ingenuity and your ability to work in an autonomous manner.
Essential Skills & Experience
The essential skills for a candidate should include:
Excellent written and spoken English communication, capable of writing coherent reports, influencing and building consensus
Willingness to be flexible and accept new challenges
Knowledge of microprocessor, ASIC systems
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Ability to express ideas and communicate effectively
Good inter-personal skills
Desirable Skills & Experience
These are nice to have skills:
Experience of Verilog, SystemVerilog or VHDL
Perl, Python or other scripting language
Familiarity of Unix/Linux working environment
High-level programming experience such as C/C++