Responsibilities and Duties include, but not limited to:
Run system validation on Android platforms (phones and development boards)
Enable and modify host platform management
Bring-up phones, platform and HDK
Run benchmark tools and to perform critical analysis of their output (e.g.: performances data)
Design and build test case at platform level
Kernel driver error handling
Build kernel Linux to enable/disable MNAND features
Qualifications and Skills include, but not limited to:
Programming skill in C (C++ is a plus)
Basic Knowledge of Android architecture
Experience with lab tools: Protocol Analyzers, Logic Analyzers, oscilloscopes, JTAG/ICE debuggers, …
Experience of Bash Shell script and validation flow
Linux drive know-how
Additional experience that will constitute a plus:
In depth experience of testing and test coverage to ensure validation quality and time-to-market (design verification, code reviews, prototyping and product testing).
Experience with one or more of the following data storage technologies: NAND, SSD, eMMC or UFS.
Experience in firmware development and verification, system failure analysis and problem solving
Familiarity and practices with modern protocol analyzer and software development methodologies
Familiarity and experience with modern agile software development methodologies and practices is preferred
Desired Skills Include:
Analytic analysis capability
Good English knowledge (speech and writing);
Be action-oriented and organized.
Availability to travel abroad
The ideal candidate for this role would share our passion for debug and for problem solving, he/she should resolve problem through innovative tools or methodologies.
We are looking for highly talented, passionate, and versatile engineer that can contribute to pave the path of the next methodologies of debug and validation of MNAND product on Android/Linux platforms.
Education & Experience:
Master’s degree or bachelor’s in computer science engineering, Electronic Engineering or equivalent.
New graduated or 2+ years of proved experience in the embedded systems validation.