Software Engineering Intern, 3 to 6 months, Summer 2022, Edinburgh
At Cadence, we hire and develop leaders and innovators who want to make an impact on the world of technology.
Could you be our next prize-winning Intern?
At Cadence success is a habit. Our success extends to our Internship Program which consistently receives excellent feedback from Interns, and the technology sector: e-Placement Intern of the Year awards.
We are now actively recruiting for our 2022 Internship Program.
Cadence, a world leader in Electronic Design Automation tools, is currently looking for talented CS or CS/EE undergraduates for internship positions. The ideal candidate will be a software developer in their penultimate year, or a recent graduate, to work alongside experienced software engineers on Virtuoso, our flagship mixed signal design tool. Based at our office in Edinburgh, the vibrant capital of Scotland, you will have the opportunity to experience working as part of a talented and highly experienced local team, in a global organization. Examples of previous Intern projects include, process improvement utilities (Python) and prototypes of new features (C++). Project selection is based on individual skills.
The successful candidates will already have had exposure to Object Oriented Design, preferably in C++, and knowledge or interest in electronics. Experience with Linux, Python, EDA tools or analog electronic design is not essential but would be a welcome addition. The internship positions are for 3 to 6 months duration.
Cadence is a pivotal leader in electronic design, building upon more than 30 years of computational software expertise. The company applies its underlying Intelligent System Design strategy to deliver software, hardware and IP that turn design concepts into reality. Cadence achieved a ‘Top 20’ world ranking in the 2020 Great Place to Work awards. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
Apply online now with your CV and cover letter to start your e-Placement Scotland journey with Cadence