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 Design Verification Engineer: Analog & Mixed Signal - Austin, Texas, United States

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Posted by: Apple 
Hiring entity type: Retail 
Work authorization: Not Specified for United States
Position type: Direct Hire, Full-Time 
Compensation: ******
Benefits: See below
Relocation: Not specified 
Position functions: Computers - Software Engineer
Travel: Unspecified 
Accept candidates: from anywhere 
Languages: English - Fluent
Minimum education: See below 
Minimum years experience: See below 
Resumes accepted in: English
Cover letter: No cover letter requested
Job code: 200220170 / Latpro-3771910 
Date posted: Feb-05-2021
State, Zip: Texas, 78729


Design Verification Engineer: Analog & Mixed Signal

Austin , Texas , United States



Posted: Feb 5, 2021

Role Number: 200220170

Did you know that Apple is hiring analog verification engineers? We are looking for engineers that are enthusiastic to find bugs! You can work with a creative team to craft test plans and enable production-quality first silicon. The IP to be verified includes bucks, boosts, buck-boosts, charge pumps, chargers, or LDOs at both the top chip and IP levels. In addition, you will verify IP related to power management, such as mixed signal circuits, switch-cap, filters, data converters, references, input-output circuits, and clock circuits just to name a few.

Key Qualifications

  • Proven ability in industry for production integrated circuits.
  • Possess the ability to verify analog/mixed-signal designs in a collaborative work environment
  • Experience with developments in hardware descriptive languages: Verilog, System-Verilog, and/or Verilog-AMS code.
  • Having the capability to write analog assertion checks to catch bugs
  • Possess sufficient analog IC background to identify failure possibilities, work through first order debug, and analyze analog verification results
  • Ability to write test plans, present results, and communicate clearly with cross-functional teams.
  • Submit simulation jobs through network computing clusters and manage both simulation clock and wall clock required to finish the verification plan.
  • We look for someone that understands both power management and related auxiliary circuitry: switching converters, linear converters, reference circuitry, band-gaps, data converters, and/or clock generators.
  • Have a familiarity with verification methodologies and tools: simulators, waveform viewers, execution automation, coverage collection, gate level simulations Experience developing scalable and portable test benches
  • A background that includes scripting or programming languages is preferred. These include, but are not limited to, TCL, Skill, Python, and/or PERL.
  • Your familiarity with analog behavioral models is also a plus.


In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring high quality silicon for IC chips and IPs. The workflow starts with careful review of specifications followed by crafting of a verification plan and schedule. Then the verification is executed according to plan to support tapeout. Execution of verification plans from beginning to end: test bench and environment bring-up, regressions, failure debug, and tape-out Develop detailed test and coverage plans based on IC specifications Develop verification methodology suitable for the IP, ensuring scalability and portability Develop verification environment, including stimuli, checkers, assertions, trackers, and coverage Sign-off mixed signal designs in preparation for tapeout.

Education & Experience

A master of science degree in electrical or computer engineering is preferred.


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