Product Engineer - 387228

Fremont, CA

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Siemens Digital Industries Software is driving transformation to enable a digital enterprise where engineering, manufacturing and electronics design meet tomorrow. Our solutions help companies of all sizes create and leverage digital twins that provide organizations with new insights, opportunities and levels of automation to drive innovation.

Product Engineer - 387228

Employer:                   Siemens Industry Software Inc.

Job Title:                     Product Engineer [MULTIPLE POSITIONS]

Job Location:              Fremont, CA

Job Type:                     Full Time

Rate of Pay:           The salary range for this position in Fremont, CA is $132,870 - 189,600.00 per year and this role is eligible to earn incentive compensation. Siemens offers a variety of health and wellness benefits to employees. Details regarding our benefits can be found here: In addition, this position is eligible for time off in accordance with Company policies, including paid sick leave, paid parental leave, PTO (for non-exempt employees) or non-accrued flexible vacation (for exempt employees).

Duties:  Responsible for supporting company’s FPGA based prototyping solutions, a highly specialized platform used by major semiconductor companies such as Microsoft, AMD, Qualcomm and Intel to prototype computer chips before manufacturing; Directly working with customers and as level 2 support for applications engineers; Providing input to research and development on customer requirements for software; Tracking development of new features required by customers; Working closely with research and development to define the requirements of a feature once it has been selected for development; Training customers and support staff on general use of the product, advanced training topics, and how to use new features. 15% domestic and international travel required. 70% telecommuting permitted within commutable distance.

Requirements: Employer will accept a Bachelor's degree, or foreign equivalent, in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or in a related field and 24 months of experience in the job offered or in a related position. The position requires experience in the following: FPGA place and route software such as AMD Vivado and Intel Quartus; Performing static timing analysis and utilizing timing closure techniques on multi-clock and high utilization designs; Utilizing FPGA prototyping platforms for ASIC verification and software validation; Reading, modifying, and compiling designs written in the hardware description languages of Verilog, SystemVerilog, and VHDL; Working in Windows and Linux operating system environments; Scripting and programming languages such as Tcl, Python, C, and C++.

Referral Program: Incentives offered through the Company’s Employee Referral Program are applicable to this position.

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