Closing Date: 3rd July 2018

MTS Design Enablement

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As an MTS Design Enablement Engineer, you will be a member of  the Design Enablement Team responsible for developing design components for  advanced node Process Design Kits (PDK).

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop process design kit (PDK) components, specifically decks for design rule checking (DRC).

  • Engineer and validate PDK component requirements via interlock with others, e.g. Ground Rule and Device engineers.

  • Validate PDK component implementation with automated and manual quality checks.

  • Develop methods and/or scripts to improve PDK component efficiency or accuracy.


Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics, or equivalent.

  • Minimum of 6 years of work experience in semiconductor and/or EDA industries.

  • Demonstrated hands on PDK developer-level experience in the development and testing of DRC rule files.

  • Solid understanding of semiconductor processes in advanced technology nodes (28nm and below).

  • Ability to interpret complex design rules.

  • Excellent technical problem solving skills.

  • Hands on experience in TCL and shell programming.

  • Outstanding communication skills – both written and verbal; demonstrated ability to communicate at various levels within an organization.

  • Good attitude and interpersonal skills, tactful and works well in team environment.

  • Self-motivated, resourceful, shows initiative and needs minimum supervision.

  • Well organized and exhibits attention to detail.

Desired Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics, or equivalent.

  • Working knowledge of software test techniques.

  • Experience with Mentor Calibre physical verification tools.

  • Experience with Advanced DRC topics (e.g. Antenna checks, ESD, Latchup, Decomposition techniques ...etc.).

  • Familiarity with Cadence Virtuoso tools and SKILL language is preferred.

  • Familiarity with GLOBALFOUNDRIES process technology is preferred.

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