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Hardware Development Engineer [Multiple Positions Available]

Location: South Bay (Cupertino)         posted: 03.29.21

EMPLOYER:        Apple Inc. 

JOB TITLE:          Hardware Development Engineer [Multiple Positions Available]

 

JOB ID:                 5066475

               

JOB DESCRIPTION: Apple Inc. has multiple positions available for Hardware Development Engineer in Cupertino, California. POSITION DESCRIPTION: Responsible for working closely with Apple and vendor engineering teams to understand the functional and security goals of the design. Study and review design specifications. Define DV testbench methodology and test plan, develop test attributes, write tests and generate test coverage. Manage bug tracking, analyze design performance. Review vendor hardware architecture and firmware code.  Work independently and manage deliverables to align with project goals plus support cross-functional engineering efforts. Apply concepts of CPU & SOC architecture/design with respect to security algorithms and vulnerabilities. Design low-level programming of complex computer systems in C/C++, object oriented languages, and assembly. Utilize industry standard interfaces: Verilog, Verilog simulator and debug. Apply concepts of constrained random verification process, functional coverage, code coverage, assertion methodology and philosophy. Utilize scripting languages: Perl or Python.

 

CONTACT:

To apply, mail your resume & transcript(s) to: Apple Inc., ATTN: D.W., 1 Infinite Loop 104-1GM, Cupertino, CA 95014, with reference to Job ID: 5066475. Apple is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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