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SK hynix memory solutions is hiring Firmware Engineers in San Jose, CA

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Old August 27th 13, 05:06 PM posted to comp.arch.storage
Paula Cao
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Default SK hynix memory solutions is hiring Firmware Engineers in San Jose, CA

We have multiple openings for Senior or Junior level engineers. It’s not hard… we are just asking for great coders who can join our team of coding superstars. SK Hynix Memory Solutions is located in San Jose. We offer competitive salary, benefits, and FREE FOOD! Please review the position below and if you think you are a fit or know someone who might be please respond back with your resume and contact info to schedule a conversation.

If you are not interested but know someone who is please forward this info along. All referrals would be appreciated!

*** Sorry we are not working with agencies for recruiting right now... only direct candidates should apply***

Senior Level Firmware /Software Engineers (20 openings)
Job Description:
• BS in either Computer Science or Electrical Engineering; MS is preferred
• Perform system integration, validation and debugging of FPGA and SoC design
• Develop new test software and utility tools to validate SSDs compatibility and reliability for target applications
• Setup the SATA storage test systems and prepare test scripts for SSD evaluation
• Perform failure analysis by using storage interface bus analyzer and digital scope, identifying the issues, duplicating the problems, and resolving the issues with corrective actions
• Proficient in structured firmware and software programming (C/C++, assembly, script languages)
• Hands-on experience in verification and trouble shooting in an embedded firmware application preferable with ARM based development tools
• Good working knowledge of design in digital logic, FPGA and SoC
• Experience of firmware debugging tools such as JTAG, In-Circuit Emulator, scopes and logic/bus analyzer
• Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem- solving environment
• Good oral and written skills for communication and documentation
• Open to domestic and/or international travel for technical consultation
• Self-motivated, strong team player
Sr. Level Requirements:
• Design, implement and evaluate real-time embedded system firmware for Serial ATA (SATA) and Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) SSD controllers that will optimize performance, endurance and reliability for high performance desktop and enterprise class SSD products
• Work with major OEM customers to implement SATA SSD functions per customer requirements, debug customer issues and prepare test report
• 10+ years of development experience in team-based, complex programming in the embedded controller environment with Real Time Operating System (RTOS)
• 7+ years of firmware development experience in mass storage systems: solid state drives, hard disk drives, SATA/ATA storage devices, data caching or device drivers; Experience in the NAND flash storage device application and/or testing is a plus but not required
• 5+ years of technical management experience
• A high level of skill in identifying performance critical algorithms for peripheral storage system optimization

SK hynix memory solutions (SKHMS) is a leading provider of custom System-on-Chip solutions for the HDD and SSD storage markets through its strong traction with Tier 1 customers and over 14 million SoCs shipped, along with an extensive operating history in the HDD market and many significant SSD engagements. We are one of only three companies world-wide developing high performance NAND solutions for all segments of the storage solution market (including enterprise systems, PCs, smartphones, tablets, etc.).

SK hynix memory solutions is a subsidiary in the SK Group. The SK Group ranks 82nd in the Fortune Global 500 and is the third largest conglomerate in South Korea with revenues of US$140B and is made up of 95 companies and over 70,000 employees worldwide. SK hynix memory solutions operates as a separate business unit from SK Group. This allows us the freedom to do business independently yet still have the backing of a large company.

Some notable company achievements:

First with LDPC error correction in mobile storage devices
Delivered leading SLC/MLC PCIe/SAS Controller for enterprise SSD
Delivered Hybrid drive NAND controller with near-SSD performance
Delivered highest performance award-winning SATA Controller for Client SSD
Developed highest performance eMMC Controller for smartphones and tablets

Visit us at http://www.skhms.com to learn more about us!


Paula Cao
Senior Corporate Recruiter

3103 North First Street
San Jose, CA 95134
Phone: (408)514-3655
Fax: (408)514-3501


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