UltraSoC is looking for a highly capable and dedicated addition to their team. UltraSoC’s ground-breaking silicon IP is already changing the way systems and software created around complex SoC devices with multiple heterogeneous processors are debugged.

Locations for this role: Bristol, Cambridge, China or USA

Supporting sales with technical inputs to customers
Supporting sales with design-in
Supporting customers with development and use of the product
Answering queries from prospects pre-sales
Doing demonstrations to customers at shows or events
Presenting technical seminars & workshops
Acting as liaison between customer and factory
Understanding customer requests & ideas; ensuring these are captured and fed back to factory for consideration
Developing scripts, tools to support demonstrations
Developing scripts, tools for customer use to help make the product easier to use
Writing documentation (app notes etc)

Skills & requirements
Must have good understanding of semiconductors and IC design process and tools
Must have experience of IC or FPGA Design (Verilog, VHDL)
Must have experience of programming (C, Python)
Must have experience with debugging and tools (JTAG / software debug, e.g. Lauterbach or DS5)
Must be able to use development tools, Linux and IDE (Eclipse)
Must be comfortable dealing with customers and presenting technical subjects
Must have good communication skills (written & in person)
Must have good inter-personal skills
Ideally have some experience with software or web eg setting up support tools or customer portals (Bugzilla, Jira)
Must be a “self starter” with initiative and capable of managing their own work
Will involve international travel (25%)
Must have the right to work in the UK

If you are interested in applying for the above vacancy, please send your CV to [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.


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