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Verification Engineer at Movellus
Toronto, CA

We’re looking for a talented engineer to join our passionate, mission-driven, tightly-knit Toronto team. As part of the engineering team, you will play a critical lead role in verification methodology definition and implementation of our industry-leading “synthesized analog” products.

The Movellus team will be committed to your intellectual, technical, and professional development. Movellus is pushing new boundaries in the industry, therefore you will participate in disruptive product development activities.

Our office is inside the Spaces hub at the Toronto Queen West location surrounded by plenty of startups and amazing people in an open and fun environment. Plenty of tea and coffee, and a great outdoor patio to enjoy on your down time.

Core Responsibilities

  • Define verification methodology in conjunction with hardware and software design teams
  • Set the direction for verification for the entire company
  • Develop verification methodologies from scratch
  • Both define and execute on the creation of the methodology, and test cases
  • Create test reports for low-overhead ASIC sign-off
  • Unify verification across simulation, FPGA, and post-silicon platforms
  • Work with the mixed signal design team to ensure first-time correct silicon
  • Participate in design reviews for high speed, and complex mixed signal systems

Required Experience

  • 7+ years ASIC verification experience
  • MS/PhD in Electrical engineering preferred
  • Experience with state-of-the-art verification methodologies:
    • Python/C-based reference modelling
    • Verilog/SystemVerilog testbenches
    • Object-oriented verification libraries
    • Exposure to UVM, OVM

Key Qualities

  • Self-driven and pragmatic leader who thrives in results-driven environment
  • Ability to work independently to solve complex problems