Digital Design Engineer/ Tel-Aviv, Israel

Autonomous driving capabilities are no longer just a vision, but a reality that’s disrupting the automotive industry.
Arbe is the world’s first company to demonstrate ultra high-resolution radar with post processing and Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM). It is disrupting autonomous vehicle sensor development by bridging the gap between radar and optics with its proprietary imaging solution that provides unparalleled resolution with the reliability and maturity of radar technology for all levels of vehicle autonomy.
Join our team of technologists, radar specialists and scientists, and help us make autonomous driving a part of everyone’s daily lives.
We’re looking for a talented Digital design engineer to join our VLSI team.

Position Overview

This position requires in-depth understanding and knowledge of ASIC design flows and various algorithm implementation, including: RTL design, verification, synthesis, static timing analysis, clock domain crossing, and low-power design techniques. The position includes direct collaboration with system architects to define complex IP micro-architecture and support the  IC system level advancement.

Required Qualifications

  • B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering (Electronics) and/or Computer Engineering
  • 5+ years of experience as a ASIC designer including writing and ownership of complex Verilog blocks for ASICS with tight frequency, area, and power requirements
  • Experience working on a full design flows from high-level architecture definitions, through micro ARCH, coding, support verification, and BE flows until timing closure and STA
  • Experience working in Linux environment and version control tools
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Willingness to work in dynamic and demanding environment.
  • Fast learner
  • Team player

Preferred Qualifications

  • SoC design and integration
  • FPGA design
  • SystemVerilog/UVM
  • Scripts- (Tcl, Perl, Python)
  • FE2BE flows tools (synthesis, STA, LINT, CDC)
  • Signal processing design