Validation CPU Subsystem engineer (BB-68D9B)
Found in: Neuvoo CN
Description:Job Overview: Qualcomm is a company of inventors that unlocked 5G ushering in an age of rapid acceleration in connectivity and new possibilities that will transform industries, create jobs, and enrich lives. But this is just the beginning. It takes inventive minds with diverse skills, backgrounds, and cultures to transform 5Gs potential into world-changing technologies and products. This is the Invention Age - and this is where you come in. General Summary Researches, designs, develops, and tests operating systems-level software and/or hardware. Designs and coordinates complex engineering projects at the system level. Performs functional decomposition to drive requirements and specifications to both hardware and software. Analyzes information to determine, recommend, and plan installation of a new system or modification of an existing system. Ensures system-level performance and power metrics are met. Drives triage of problems at the system level to determine root cause. The responsibilities of this role include: • Working under close supervision. • Taking responsibility for own work and making decisions with limited impact; Impact of decisions is readily apparent; errors made typically only impact timeline (i.e., require additional time to correct). • Using verbal and written communication skills to convey basic, routine factual information about day-to-day activities to others who are fully knowledgeable in the subject area. • Completing most tasks with multiple steps which can be performed in various orders; some planning and prioritization must occur to complete the tasks effectively; mistakes may result in some rework. • Exercising some creativity to troubleshoot technical problems or deal with novel circumstances. • Using deductive problem solving to solve moderately complex problems; most problems have defined processes of diagnosis/detection; some limited data analysis may be required. The responsibilities of this role do not include: • Financial accountability (e.g., does not involve budgeting responsibility). • Influence over key organizational decisions. • Role in strategic planning. Principal Duties & Responsibilities • Executes individual project priorities, deadlines, and deliverables with close supervision. • Communicates with project lead via email and direct conversation to provide status and information about impending obstacles. • Regularly discusses issues with team lead and peers to maintain open communication. • Collaborates with individuals inside own team to complete the team's work. • Adapts to changes and setbacks in order to manage pressure and meet deadlines with some supervision. • Actively seeks answers for new challenges. • Contributes to technical conversations with tech leads/managers. • Collaborates with project team to accomplish project objectives. • Avoids distractions and deals with setbacks in a timely manner with close supervision. • Seeks out learning opportunities to increase own knowledge and skill. • Escalates technical issues to an appropriate party (e.g., project lead, colleagues). • Contributes to conversations during technical team discussion. • Appreciates the contributions made by individuals of varying backgrounds, locations, and cultures. IT Core Competencies N/A Required Competencies (All competencies are required upon entry) • Analytical Skills - The ability to collect information and identify fundamental patterns/trends in simple to moderately complex data. This includes the ability to gather, integrate, and interpret information from several sources. • Building Trusting Relationships - The ability to build trusting, collaborative relationships and rapport with different types of people and businesses. This includes delivering on commitments and maintaining confidential information, as well as being approachable, showing interest in the other person, and relating well to people regardless of personality or background. • Communication - The ability to convey information clearly and accurately, as well as choosing the most effective method of delivery (e.g., email, phone, face-to-face). This includes using a technically sound communication style both verbally and in writing. • Creating the New and Different - The ability to be creative. This includes the ability to produce breakthrough ideas, being a visionary, managing innovation, seeing multiple futures, having broad interests and knowledge, and gaining support in order to translate new ideas into solutions. This also includes the ability to plan and implement unconventional ideas and speculate about alternative futures without all of the data. • Decision Making - The ability to make quick, accurate decisions. This includes the ability to weigh alternatives and take into account the impact of the decisions on people, equipment, or other resources. • Getting Organized - The ability to be organized, resourceful, and planful. This includes the ability to leverage multiple resources to get things done and lay out tasks in sufficient detail. This also includes the ability to get things done with fewer resources and in less time, work on multiple tasks at once without losing track, and foresee and plan around obstacles. • Results Documentation - The ability to document test results across an entire platform, domain, or department. This includes understanding department-wide test cases to make sure systems are working properly, providing support to a larger team to debug complex errors, and reporting high-level results to senior leaders and stakeholders. • Systems Engineering - The ability to plan and design tests for proper integration of systems components and features. This includes the ability to analyze information to determine, recommend, and plan installation of a new system or modification of an existing system, requirements allocation, interface definition, behavior and performance definition. • Technical Documentation - Ability to appropriately document software and/or hardware specifications to promote knowledge transfer to other engineers. • Technical Troubleshooting - Knowledge of systematic approaches to solving common technical problems (e.g., hardware, software, application, operational). This includes the ability to identify problems and report and escalate problems according to established procedures. This also includes the ability to identify available resources for troubleshooting. • Time Management - The ability to quickly prioritize mission-critical from less important or trivial work activities. This includes sensing what the next most useful thing is to work on, and focusing on the critical few tasks that add value while putting aside or delaying the rest. Additional Competencies N/A Minimum Qualifications • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field. Preferred Qualifications • 1+ years experience with Development Environment Software such as Apache Maven, Ruby, etc. • 1+ years experience with Database Management Software. • 1+ years experience working in a large matrixed organization. • 1+ years experience with Testing Software such as Bugzilla, LoadRunner, etc. Physical Requirements • Frequently transports between offices, buildings, and campuses up to ½ mile. • Frequently transports and installs equipment up to 5 lbs. • Performs required tasks at various heights (e.g., standing or sitting). • Monitors and utilizes computers and test equipment for more than 6 hours a day. • Continuous communication which includes the comprehension of information with colleagues, customers, and vendors both in person and remotely. All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.
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