Intel SoC Power Engineer in San Diego, California
Come join Intel's CRD as a SoC Power Engineer located in San Diego, CA. The candidate for this position is expected to deliver highly optimized power solutions for Intel Wireless SoC products.
The SoC Power Engineer is expected to have a good understanding of various processor architectures - like ARM/IA etc, NOC's, PMU, Bus architecture and peripherals within the SoC.
The SoC Power Engineer is expected to be knowledgeable in wireless technologies. The applicant is also expected to have knowledge in RTL, Process technologies and embedded software design. The role is highly visible and needs constant interaction with all the key partners in the Intel Wireless solutions. Candidate is expected to travel 5% of the time.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits:
Ability to multi task.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work in a dynamic and team oriented environment.
The Engineer is expected to work with different organizations hardware, modem firmware, protocol stack, RF, platform software etc. and drive solutions to meet product and customer requirements.
The Engineer takes ownership of the Modem SoC Power deliverable's for a wireless product that exceeds customer's expectations.
Must have an MS or PhD in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Computer Science or BS degree with:
Minimum 7 years of experience on SoC/Computer Architecture, experience with Power use cases/modelling and wireless knowledge .
Experience with hardware, software design and debug skills RTL Design or Design Validation tools, methodologies and automation.
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