Apple Analog and Mixed Signal IP Engineering Program Manager in Austin, Texas
Analog and Mixed Signal IP Engineering Program Manager
Typically requires at least 3+ years’ experience working on Analog and Mixed-signal IPs and/or products. Individuals with more experience can handle additional responsibilities.
Solid understanding of Python and/or other scripting languages to help automate process and integration of features across tools such as JIRA and Confluence.
Experience working in a dynamic engineering environment and real-time crisis leadership skills.
Committed to own/drive project development using well-defined metrics.
Strong teammate and creative problem solver who is able to lead technical teams, multi-functional groups and vendors against plans.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Exposure to IP development process, tools/flows and methodologies and life cycle in a SoC.
• Smart use and enhancement of available tools to generate metric of quality of IP’s developed and delivered to SOCs • Drive automation and efficiency improvement projects within the EPM team • Multi-task skills will be key to lead IPs across several projects at a time. • Work closely with SoC Integration teams to drive high level achievements for IP development. • Drive technical work with Apple SoC teams, maintaining schedule, resolving issues and bug tracking. • Facilitate frequent meetings with IP consumers to resolve technical issues. • Collaborate with lab teams to coordinate silicon validation of IPs. • Rolling up your sleeves and doing what it takes to get things done.
Education & Experience
• MS or BS Degree in technical discipline
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