New Zealand - Hamilton

Verification: New Hope

Project Aim

In FPGA design, a significant amount of time is spent in verification. This process is critical to ensuring quality and avoiding project delays due to defects that are difficult to isolate when present in a larger system. In recent years, new tools and techniques have become available for verification and this project is to evaluate some of these tools on a production codebase in order to ascertain whether they can be used to improve verification productivity.

Intern requirements

Degree in computer science or electrical engineering field with some experience in VHDL. An understanding of C++ and python and background in computer systems/embedded systems would be an advantage.


If you are interested in being considered for the above opportunity, please email with the reference Intern – Experience 2017. You will need to attach:

  • Your CV showing details of projects you may have completed as part of your studies, and any work experience you have had
  • Your academic transcript or equivalent
  • A covering letter outlining your key area of interest or specialization, and the project of most interest to you including a statement on what benefits your preferred project choice will have to your studies and future career path.
  • Applicants must be available to attend our Selection day in mid October (date to be confirmed).

Applications close 6 October 2017.

We offer

Competitive salaries and remuneration packages

A fun, vibrant and informal team environment

Flexible working conditions

Cutting edge technology and high-performance culture

A talented multinational workforce

Relocation packages for employees moving to NZ

We are

Working with a blue-chip client-base of global companies on mission-critical applications

Employing over 85 staff in offices in NZ, UK, USA and Australia

Winners of numerous awards including the Hi-tech Awards, NZ Engineering and Excellence and NZ Trade and Enterprise awards