Director of Flows and Methodologies – Part Time – Cambridge


Job Overview


The Systems Development team in Arm Solutions Engineering develops compute subsystem (CSS) products and SoC’s for a wide range of market segments including Client, Infra, IoT and Automotive. As part of this work, we utilize the latest IP products from Arm and selected 3rd party vendors. The team includes members in multiple sites including UK (Manchester, Sheffield, Cambridge), France (Sophia), US (Austin and Chandler) and Hungary (Budapest)!





As Director of FE Flows and Methodologies, you will be responsible for the development and maintenance of our internal engineering flows that enable system design and verification activities within the System Development team.


You will work with our Engineering Directors and Technical Leads to build and agree a common set of requirements resulting in a roadmap of flow development.


You will manage a small team of engineers for whom you will be responsible for providing technical leadership and line management (including assisting with the development of careers, mentoring and coaching, managing accountabilities and objectives).


The flows you and your team will develop and manage include those utilised by the teams to build our design repositories and run verification including lint, formal, simulation, cdc/rdc, emulation and gate level simulations. They will collect and analyse design and verification metrics. The flows utilize both on-prem and cloud resources and work with tools from multiple EDA vendors.


Required skills and experience:


Comprehensive knowledge in all aspects of the EDA flow used for SoC hardware development.

Strong skills in scripting languages such as python, perl and php and flows used for version control such as svn, git, gerrit

Knowledge of machine readable specifications, continuous integration and continuous delivery

Excellent communication skills.

Team and people management, with proven ability working with global teams.


“Nice to Have” Skills and Experience:


Experience of High Level Synthesis (HLS)

Experience of IP protection and export restrictions

Knowledge of functional safety standards including ISO 26262

Experience leading global IP and SoC development projects

In Return:

Arm is committed to global talent acquisition, offering an attractive relocation package. With offices around the world, Arm is a diverse organisation of dedicated, creative and highly talented engineers. By enabling a dynamic, inclusive, meritocratic, and open workplace, where all our people can grow and succeed, we encourage our people to share their unrivaled contributions to Arm’s success in the global marketplace.




Job Type: Part Time


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