Design and verification is an important aspect which plays a vital role during the development stage of a software or hardware product. Most of the Verification Engineer Jobs is part of a complex testing process which makes sure the product meets specifications, and it fulfills its intended purpose.
Basic objectives of the Design & Verification process are to identify and resolve all potential problems and risks in an early phase of the software life cycle. If chosen as a career, Verification Engineer Jobs can offer a variety of roles and opportunities to an individual.
These roles provide a wide range of career opportunities in fields like VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) and ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). VLSI Jobs are related to circuits that are spread everywhere from your computer to your car. ASIC Design Jobs are related to integrated circuits, that are created for a specific product like a wristband, which displays time and will count your steps too.
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in the related field. An in-depth understanding of DV, IP, SoC, BFM, SV (SystemVerilog), OOP, Perl, and VMM would be a plus. Knowledge of a scripting language like Perl or Python would be beneficial in securing your dream job.GET OFFERS
SOC Design Verification Engineer, must have the in-depth understanding of CPU & SOC architecture/design with the knowledge of verification flow.Read More
ASIC Design Verification Engineer Job to identify and write all types of coverage measures for stimulus and corner-cases.Read More
A Hardware Design Verification Engineer must know circuit simulation tools such as PSPICE, LTSPICE, and tools like an oscilloscope and more.Read More
Digital Verification Engineer, must know digital design and SOC architecture, PCle, MlPl CSI while handling the responsibility for leading DV efforts at IP & SoC level.Read More
MTS Design Verification Engineer, must collaborate with RTL designer and test-bench owner for better fixation of bugs.Read More
DFT Engineers are answerable for development, implementation, and verification of the design for test (DFT) architectures.Read More
A VLSI Verification Engineer must have prior experience with Scan insertion, DFT Design rules check and ATPG.Read More