FPGA Design Verification Engineer

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Date: Feb 28, 2024

Location: North Reading, MA, US Tualatin, OR, US

Company: Teradyne

We are the global test and automation specialists, powering next-generation technologies through sophisticated solutions. Behind every electronic device you use, Teradyne's test technology ensures your device works right the first time, every time! Our portfolio of automation solutions help manufacturers to develop and deliver products quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively. Together, Teradyne companies deliver manufacturing automation across industries and applications around the world!

Organization & Role

The Teradyne Hardware Engineering team is looking for a highly-motivated, energetic, technically driven Semiconductor Engineer to focus on digital FPGA design verification for products within the Semiconductor Test division. Development occurs in a dynamic and challenging multi-site development environment. This individual will report directly to the Hardware Engineering Manager.


Do functional verification cycle of Next Generation Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) instrument design verification projects by performing the following duties: 
1.    Develop verification plan/strategy to cover different verification aspects:

  • Block level, sub-system-level, and system-level test strategy.
  •  Reference model and data checker for the design.
  •  Feature list based on design specification.

2.    Develop test environment and test coverage using Constrained Random in System Verilog and UVM/Assertion-Based methodology.  

  • Create test environment using different verification IPs (VIP): PCIe, Ethernet AXI, and DDR.
  • Create UVM components, APIs, and UVM test sequences.
  • Close functional and code coverage

Basic Qualifications & Skills

Have 2+ years of work experience in the following:

    Proprietary interfaces (IP) and simulation tools.  
    Digital design verification.  

   Block, sub system and system level verification concepts
    Some IP Protocol knowledge (e.g SPI, AXI, and DDR)
    Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) based coverage driven verification methodology.
    System Verilog Assertion-Based methodology.
    Good at Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and code-reuse



    Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Electronics, Electrical Engineering, or related field).
    2+ years of experience in digital design verification.




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