Graduate Opportunities to Start Your Career
Right now, we’re creating more connected digital lives. What’s next?
Mobile computing is creating technologies that have high performance capabilities – today a mobile device is like having a PC in the palm of your hand. Mobile technology is being used to make everyday objects smarter, wirelessly connected to each other and to the internet. Intelligent objects will transform the way we work, play and interact with society. As a graduate with us, you can play an integral part in the drive towards this ‘Internet of Things’ – whether your background is in electrical engineering, engineering, math, physics, or computer science.
In our two year world-class Graduate Development Program, you undertake bespoke training with rotations through the entire design life cycle. This is your opportunity to work, every day, with some of the best and brightest engineers in the world, and to build skills that enhance the lives of billions of people.
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Graduate Verification Engineer
At ARM, Verification Engineers are an integral part of the CPU Design team – with the verification stage often being as complex and timely as design. That’s why we use state-of-the-art verification tools and techniques to maximize the quality of ARM IP. You’ll work on highly challenging projects, pushing the performance, power and area boundaries of the next high-end ARM processor. This requires a real enthusiasm for new technologies, high-end mobile computing, and innovation – and a deep interest in advanced processor features and computer systems. Our verification engineers develop specialist skills and knowledge and apply both hardware and software skills to the verification task. Our current team has specialist skills in design simulation, prototyping and formal verification methodologies. They work as part of the broader CPU team to ensure that all areas of the microprocessor are understood and thoroughly verified. This requires an insight, both of the big picture at the architectural level and of the details at the implementation level.
The ARM France CPU group, based in Sophia-Antipolis on the French Riviera near Nice, designs and develops new ARM architectures and processor cores as well as new variants of existing cores. The group works at the forefront of technology and is the world leader in embedded 32-bit microprocessors.