• Principal Engineer- Chip Design

    Job Locations Israel-Tel Aviv
    Posted Date 2 months ago(9/5/2018 6:46 AM)
    Chip Design
    Job Length
  • Overview

    Mellanox is looking for a motivated Principal Engineer to lead the Chip Design team of one of our future product line.


    In this role, the candidate will play a senior Technical Leadership role in the Logic Design organization.  The lead is expected to actively collaborate and drive the development of Architecture/Micro-architecture specifications and the design implementation of the subsystem.


    Candidate responsibilities include the following:

    • Lead a team of engineers to successfully deliver chip level system from specification to tape out.
    • Lead all phases of development lifecycle to align design drops to verification, physical design, emulation and SoC needs.
    • Collaborate with architects on feature scoping and approvals, feasibility studies, logic design optimization, and integration of third party IP.
    • Collaborate with planning teams, architects, validation and physical design teams.
    • Drive micro-architecture design tradeoff analysis, RTL coding, creating specification documents, initiate design reviews, timing analysis, ECOs, and aid post silicon debug.
    • Work with sub-IP and SOC teams to integrate components and deliver the subsystem - remove
    • Drive resolution of issues to meet schedule & quality
    • Drive and help build forward looking strategies for the team across Mellanox
    • Proactive drive to achieve high-quality results through strong team-work.
    • Strong technical leadership, decision-making and execution skills, and the ability to influence across the groups
    • Mentor junior engineers with design flow, coding guidelines, and help them grow.


    • 10+ years of experience in complex FE design
    • Priority 1 – Knowledge and proven technical experience in the following domains:

    Network and Processors

    • Priority 2 – Knowledge and proven technical experience in BE


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