2017 Graduate Systems Architecture Engineer
2017 Graduate Systems Architecture EngineerJob Description
About the role
The Systems Architecture and Technology Group in Cambridge (UK) is responsible for exploring future technologies to design next-generation extensions to the ARM architecture. In this role, you will carry out investigations on a broad range of development platforms, software models, system simulators and production code. This often involves developing hardware/software prototypes and models not yet available to the general public – typically 3-5 years before these systems are released as commercial products by ARM partners.
This is an exciting opportunity for a graduate with a keen interest in hardware design and verification (as well as software), who wants to influence the future of ARM IP and the ARM eco-system. You will work on a range of prototyping activities, formal modelling, simulations and analysis projects, to support systems architects in the definition of next-generation system technologies, including CPU and system architecture specifications and hardware products. You will work with experts in our team and from across ARM, to model and evaluate new technologies. This means your work will influence product roadmaps both within ARM and inside major companies across the ARM ecosystem.
You will be surrounded by world-leading experts and will have the opportunity to work with some of the very best engineers in the industry. If the challenge of working on our cutting-edge technology excites you, and you can meet the requirements of the job description below, we look forward to receiving your application!
What skills, experience, and qualifications do I need as a Graduate Engineer?
As a successful Graduate Engineer, you will be flexible with a variety of software or hardware development skills and a commitment to extend the breadth and depth of your knowledge. You will have a good university degree, ideally in Computer Science or Electrical/Electronic Engineering, although candidates with other academic backgrounds would also be considered if they have the relevant skills. You will have a strong interest in computer architecture and the interaction between software and hardware in a real system. You will possess a research mindset that seeks to find and communicate the best answers to complex technical problems based on systematic investigation.
Essential skills and experience
You will have a good knowledge and some hands-on experience in several of these areas:
- Hardware and digital electronics
- Software and computer architecture
- Working across a range of abstraction levels
- Hardware or software verification
- A range of programming languages and environments
A successful candidate will possess the following characteristics:
- Pro-active and self-motivated
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- A passion for computer architecture, and an interest in system hardware and operating systems
- Willingness to be flexible and deliver on new challenges
- Thorough and practical attitude to problem-solving
How to Apply
If you are passionate about this role, click ‘apply now’. What does ARM’s recruitment process involve for Early Careers? ARM hires early careers talent on a rolling basis and we have a limited number of roles available. We therefore encourage you to apply as soon as possible to ensure you have the best chance of being considered. If your initial application is successful, you will be invited to take part in a digital/ telephone interview. If this interview goes well, we'll invite you to a selection day/ onsite interview. We'll be holding selection days every month where successful candidates will have the opportunity to learn more about ARM and meet our teams in person.
Your particular benefits package will depend on position and type of employment and may be subject to change. Your package will be confirmed on offer of employment. ARM's benefits program provides permanent employees with the opportunity to stay innovative and healthy, ensure the wellness of their families, and create a positive working environment.
· Annual Bonus Plan
· Discretionary Cash Award
· Group Personal Pension Plan with enhanced company contribution
· Medical, Travel, Health & Life Insurances
· Holiday, 25 days annual leave with option to buy an additional 5 days per year
· Sabbatical, 20 paid days every four-year of service
· Volunteering, One (1) paid working day each year (TeamARM)
· Varies by location: cycle to work, free car parking, gym on site, team and social events
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- 2017 Graduate Software Engineer - Systems Architecture
- By Arm
- Cambridge (United Kingdom)