Within Infrastructure Platform Solutions Group (IPSG), the Mixed-Signal IP solutions Group MIG is chartered with delivering timely, competitive and reusable mixed-signal IP for Plug-n-Play in an IP subsystem or SOC and its platform. We create I/O designs for Intel products that service server, client, chipset, modem and IOT markets.
The MIG Release Engineering team is a dynamic and versatile team of engineers managing a variety of release management and quality assurance activities for all mixed-signal IPs.
In this role, you will -
-Handle release & QA for mixed-signal IPs like Memory and HSIO IPs (eg. DDR4/LPDDR4, PCIe3/4, USB3.1, ThunderBolt etc.) and do releases for internal SoC customers/partners
-Automate build, test, integrate, and release processes and evaluate risk of issues affecting upcoming releases, as well as risk of proposed fixes.
-Develop strategies for improving and simplifying build release process, investigate tools and processes and integrate them to enable delivery on a predictable and consistent schedule.
- Manage release branch and investigate and address integration, build, and other technical issues and enhance and improve QA suite to ensure integrity and quality of collateral deliverables.
-Develop cross-functional processes for coordinated release management and partner with engineering and program mgmt. teams.
Inside this Business Group
-B.S./M.S. with 5+ yrs of experience in relevant field
-Self-motivated, proactive, able to work independently and demonstrate creative and critical thinking capabilities
-Exceptional verbal and written communication skills; capable of collaborating and brainstorming with technical staff
-Build and Release Engineering/Release management work experience
-Working knowledge with version control tools such as perforce etc., build automation, makefiles and unix programming/scripting in perl, shell scripts etc.
-Experience in one of the following areas is a plus: logic design/validation, circuit design/validation, mixed signal validation
US, California, Folsom
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....