Develop micro-architecture specifications.
Logic design, implementation, and verification using Verilog, System Verilog, and any required programing and scripting languages.
Design integration, logic synthesize, and design optimization for timing, area and power.
Develop front-end methodologies and tool flows.
Participate in chip bring-up and testing.
System Lifecycle Management
The number of great technical candidates has risen and fallen a lot throughout the years. Nowadays, the talent search isn’t easy; hiring managers have to stay laser-focused on filling critical open roles productively and efficiently or risk losing the best candidates to competitors.
At the Talent CIRCUIT, we take strong measures to select, interview, and qualify candidates to build a talent repository focused on the chip industry. The result? A list of highly competent candidates available when you need them.
Through our research and data, we uncovered popular roles and candidate pools to keep on your radar for future projects. Let’s explore some of the top engineering talent and in-demand roles we have available in the CIRCUIT to help you refresh your hiring pipeline.
It’s the third round of interviews, and you’re close to making an offer with a top engineering candidate. But the odds of sealing the deal with the best candidate might slip through your fingers. In a candidate-driven market, they’re weighing their options between offers. As companies race to snag the best engineers, what can you do?
If you’re trying to stay competitive in today’s candidate-driven job market, freshening up your recruiting and hiring process is a good place to start. Nowadays, hiring managers need to be smarter and more efficient to attract and drive candidates through the door. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that by 2020 there will be 1.4 million unfilled computer specialist jobs, with new graduates only filling about 30 percent of open roles. This means organizations need to act fast and adapt in order to find the best technical candidates.
The first step to identify any shortcomings in your process is to look at your cornerstone metrics. The second is knowing how to optimize for them. In this article, let’s take a look at how hiring managers can improve these five key metrics to get the top engineering talent.