Validation EngineerLocation: Austin, TX
Posted On: 02/15/2023
Requirement Code: 62756
Technical, hands-on engineer responsible for Datacenter Server SoC Post-Silicon high speed IO features validation and enablement at the silicon SoC level up through BIOS, system firmware, and OS levels on AMD Server products. This individual will be primarily working with AMD validation engineers in test execution, troubleshooting failures, platform setup and construction.
Execute feature enablement and validation test plans for High Speed IO such as PCIe, CXL, USB for SoC- and system-level SoC features across all AMD Server products.
Develop post-silicon validation infrastructure (software, hardware, automation environment, and lab setup)
Debug and drive root-cause analysis for SoC related issues
Collaborate with cross-functional teams in developing tools to improve SoC validation and debug
Perform misc. lab work including CPU part socketing, PCIe/Card/riser-board insertion and minor board rework
Perform data collection using test equipment such as high speed oscilloscope and protocol analyzer
Report test progress and document failure analysis
Experience with PC architecture
Prior experience in one or more of the following high speed IO technologies: PCIe, CXL, USB, SATA.
Familiar with using server OS such as Windows Server, Ubuntu, RedHat.
Familiar with navigating and configuring system via BIOS.
Good at debugging issues
Familiarity with programming / scripting language (C/C , Python, Perl, ...)
Must be a self-starting team player with excellent communication skills who can work with minimal guidance
Strong verbal and written English communication skills
Minimum Required Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science or other technical degree OR
Associate Degree in above mentioned areas with 5 years of working experience in design, verification or validation
Understanding of modern x86 microprocessor architecture and Server platform architecture is highly desired
Knowledge on PCIe and CXL protocol is a plus