About Zendar:
At Zendar, we are working on a high-resolution imaging radar system that allows self driving cars to see through fog, rain and snow. We are a team of software engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers and researchers pushing the boundaries of what a radar can see.

Job Description:
We are looking for an FPGA Engineer to join our growing team in Berkeley, CA. The FPGA is the brains of our real-time radar acquisition system – controlling, collecting, and processing radar data. You will have broad responsibility for developing, testing, maintaining, and upgrading all aspects of this digital hardware. You will work closely with the rest of our team to define, implement, and deploy new features. Your responsibilities will include:

Design controllers, state machines, and processing pipelines from scratch.

Integrate vendor IP, interfaces, controllers, and hardware accelerators.

Write self-checking test benches to verify all your designs.

Write tooling to automate development, build, and verification processes.

Work closely with software engineers to develop FPGA firmware.

Work closely with signal processing accelerator architects to integrate hardware accelerators.

Required Qualifications:
BS in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
3 years experience working with FPGAs
Excellent digital hardware fundamentals
Previous experience with FPGA development flow and design tools/infrastructure
Experience with Python, Tcl, and bash scripting
Strong Verilog / SystemVerilog skills
No patience for time-consuming and painful design/verification cycles

Desired Qualifications:
MS in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
Experience working with and integrating third-party IP
Familiarity with electronics design principles and high-speed signaling

What We Have to Offer:
Daily catered lunch and a stocked fridge
Convenient location in Berkeley, CA
Competitive salary, benefits and equity

Please send your resume/CV to jobs@zendar.io

Zendar is an equal opportunity employer.
Zendar participates in E-Verify.

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