The Design Data Management (DDM) team provides the toolset that the hardware and software designers need to manage their data and collaborate during the design process. The DDM team is responsible for a number of 1Coff the shelf 1D applications to support Configuration Management and Change control, Requirements Management and Project/Portfolio Management.An important platform in the DDM space is Designsync. Currently a new variant is being piloted: Designsync Modules.This is done in the Designsync Modules project in which a proof of concept is performed together with business IC design projects using the new tool and new way of working.The current planning is that by the end of the year, based on the pilots, a proposal is created to the business to move to Designsync Modules or not.The work processes to successfully work with Modules are being set up in close cooperation with international design teams and supported by creation of dedicated scripts.
We are looking for a Design Data Management consultant in a mid term assignment to strengthen the Designsync Modules project team to:
Help deploy the new applications and ways of working to the hardware design community
Analyze and implement changes as assigned
Evaluate and test upgrades/new functionality on Designsync Modules
Execute software development tasks (scripting)
Analyze requirements from designers and translate this into improvements, new ways of working
Strong knowledge on Design Data Management processes like Configuration Management, Change control and collaboration. > 5 years
Good knowledge of IC hardware design processes and related digital/analog development flows > 5 years
Good knowledge and experience with TCL and SKILL programming > 5 years
Good knowledge of Designsync > 5 years
Knowledge of other configuration management tools such as Subversion and their specific differences > 5 years
project language: English
fulltime, 40 hours
If your are interested in this project you can sent us your updated cv and motivation in English (Word format). Please also mention your hourly rate.