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Austin, TX

$72.96 per hour

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Position Summary

Samsung, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, is founded on a simple philosophy – the endless pursuit of excellence will create a better world for all. At Samsung Austin Research and Development Center (SARC) and Advanced Computing Lab (ACL), we are building a center of excellence for Intellectual Property (IP) that is applied to high-performance computing devices (mobile, automotive, and other custom market segments) consumed by millions of people around the world. Come build with us!

Role and Responsibilities

As the GPU Program Management Lead, you will be critical to the successful delivery of the roadmap of Graphics IP designed by SARC/ACL. You will lead the Program Management team to develop project plans including schedules, resource estimates, risk mitigation plans, quality metrics, and beyond. You will partner with R&D leads to ensure that engineering activities required to successfully develop and integrate IP into SoCs are aligned, executed, and delivered on time.

  • Problem Solving: You thrive on identifying and driving the resolution of cross-functional technical issues between the Architecture and modeling, RTL, Design Verification, Physical Design, Performance and power, Customer, IT, CAD, Silicon Evaluation, Software, and System-on-a-Chip (SoC) groups. You always seek root causes, engage others to brainstorm possible outcomes, and use effective decision-making skills to come up with the best solution to align with organizational needs.

  • Innovation: You have a passion for technical innovation and a curiosity to learn about how a product is developed. You are driven by future-oriented changes and will make necessary recommendations to challenge past practices and unlock new ways to improve processes.

  • Collaboration: You are exceptionally skilled at driving conflict resolution and negotiation agreements between cross-company teams. You enjoy leading a team to achieve goals through effective communication, proactive partnerships with multiple stakeholders, and creating synergy through collaboration.

  • Driving Force: You are a domain expert in one or more project areas. You strategically apply your technical knowledge and take ownership in leading large-scale initiatives by providing strategic and tactical governance. You pride yourself on setting high operational standards as a leader to ensure deliverables meet critical deadlines across various teams. Depending on your area of technical expertise, you might also take the lead on post-silicon support, workload capture, and/or issue debug.

  • Quality Focus: You are highly organized and trusted with gathering information from engineering teams across the organization in a fast-paced environment. You ensure our teams run on schedule, manage meeting agendas, and own documentation with the most updated data. You effectively interact with others using common project management tools (JIRA, Confluence, Wiki, Chat, Email) and excel at providing overall progress reports to drive support at all stages of the product development life cycle.

  • Software Tools Licensing Agreements: You will define, lead, and manage a portfolio of EDA tools and licenses for SARC/ACL. You will be collaborating with and influence engineering, procurement, finance, and EDA vendors to ensure we are executing to our strategies.

  • Purchasing and Procurement: You will be in charge of locating and maintaining key vendors, negotiating purchasing agreements and building partnerships to meet our demands and align with our goals.

  • Managing IT: You will be responsible for planning, designing, and directing all operational activities for SARC/ACL, as well as provide direction and support for IT solutions that enhance mission-critical business operations and ensure our engineering teams compute cluster is running with high availability.

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