FPGA Engineer

Basic Overview
Salary: £55000 – £65000/annum Comprehensive benefits
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Minimum Salary: 55000.00
Maximum Salary: 65000.00
Job Location: London

Role: FPGA Engineer
Location: London or Hertfordshire based with Hybrid working (2/3 days on site)
Salary: Up to £65,000

A market leading consultancy providing Communications and Network solutions to world class organisations are seeking an FPGA Engineer to programme FPGA's for communications and space based applications

Responsibilities of FPGA Engineer

Formulate data processing problems arising from projects , capture requirements

Develop data processing models and analyse to determine designs for the FPGA-based solution

Implement processing chains in HDL and verify with simulation test benches

Deploy to development and target hardware and support verification at processor and system level

Support adoption of updated processes and tools , support the continuous improvement of quality work within the team

Skills required for FPGA Engineer

3 – 5 years experience in FPGA development

Development with VHDL or Verilog

Implementation of Test Benches and verification through simulation

Experience with Xilinx Vivado

Work well within a small and growing team

Desirable skills for FPGA Engineer

Scripting with Python or TCL

Simulation with Modelsim / Questa

Synthesis and timing closure

Embedded Software Development experience (C / C++)

Experience working with Embedded Linux

Experience interfacing between software and FPGA

Experience with Vitis or Petalinux

Familiarity with Xilinx SoC devices

Knowledge of Radiation tolerant FPGA design

Knowledge of Optical communications or 5G standards

Knowledge of Satellite Communication systems

Familiarity with revision control systems / DevOps

Verification with System Verilog, UVM

Some knowledge / experience of DSP and / or SDR

Experience of defined system or software development lifecycles, e.g. through ECSS standards.

If you feel you have the required skillset, please apply now