Job offer

Magillem is searching for a Customer Application Engineer for its North America team

September 23rd, 2019 – Hiring manager: chauvet@magillem.com


Responsibilities:

– Provide in-depth, highly technical support for the Magillem tools

– Communicate effectively with customers to resolve extremely technical issues.

– Communicate effectively with internal departments to help spearhead product innovations and improvements.

– Document customer issues and resolutions accurately and thoroughly.

– Develop technical content, articles, and demonstration.

– Provide support and training to internal customers.

– Assist the Sales and FAE team during critical evaluations.

– Effectively communicate the value added from Magillem solutions to customers.

– Maintain ongoing relationships with customers.

– Work collaboratively with team members to ensure mutual success.

– Participate, along with the R&D team, to customers’ solution implementation, field assistance and testing

Requirements:

– BS in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science (MS or above preferred) + 5 years of application engineering experience or similar

– Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as good problem solving skills.

– Must be highly motivated and a fast learner.

– The candidate must have proven experience and proficiency in many the following areas:

– Front End design and Verification (UVM)
– SOC architecture
– Verilog, VHDL, SystemVerilog, SystemC
– OOP
– TLM modeling and ESL
– Python, TCL
– Analog and Mixed signal design
– IP-XACT and IP reuse methodology
– XML, XSD, XSLT

The preferred locations are San Francisco Bay Area, Austin but we can be flexible for the right candidate. Must be a US citizen or a green card holder.

25% travel expected (domestic and international)

Contact info

MAGILLEM SA

  • 251, rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin – 75010 Paris
  • Phone number: 01.40.21.35.50
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