We are searching for intelligent and innovative employees for our Automotive customers as Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Robert Bosch. If you are interested in working for a dynamic company with flat hierarchy, we look forward to receiving your application.

Your tasks:

  • Technical responsibility of ASIC architecture
  • Design, definition and decomposition of ASIC architectures including specification in the form of requirements and interface definitions
  • Analyze, conceptualize and review internal and external requirements and their impact on the ASIC architecture
  • Presenting technical solutions and their system performance to the customer and internal management
  • Contact person for internal and external customers as well as functional managers
  • Perform software, hardware and ASIC design reviews and FMEA analysis
  • End to end ASIC simulation & verification and troubleshooting

Your profile:

  • Completed engineering studies (electrical engineering, computer science, automotive engineering, physics) or comparable training
  • Several years of experience with system, HW and ASIC design, for embedded solutions and in the automotive industry
  • Programming skills such as VHDL/HDL and model simulations in VHDL and Spice
  • Experience with vehicle bus systems (e.g. CAN, FlexRay, Ethernet, DSI)
  • Initiative, ability to work in a team, strong communication skills and enthusiasm for technical systems
  • Fluent German and English Skills

You can expect …

  • Experience in exciting and international projects
  • Continuous salary development
  • Da Vinci Corporate Benefits
  • On-the-job training and language courses
  • Appreciation, motivation and commitment

Nothing provides more motivation than success. Da Vinci Engineering is highly committed to ensuring the own employees' success. Become a part of us!

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74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen Deutschland




Frau Katharina Rockstein

Da Vinci Engineering GmbH

Hauptstätter Straße 149

70178 Stuttgart

+49 711 72240 231


+49 711 72240 198

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