My client is the trusted global leader in the application of advanced Formal Verification Methodologies that target "Simulation-Resistant" bugs early in the design cycle to greatly reduce their bug escape risks. Their technology has been responsible for solving the toughest verification challenges for the most complex designs. This company offers an incredible mentoring program for a deeply technical engineer who wants to advance to Sales. This is a relationship building Sales position to maintain and build on their current customer base as well as target specific major clients.



DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The right candidate for Account Manager will have a deep understanding of how Simulation-Resistant bugs impact modern SoC and IP designs and work diligently with their customers’ to identify and address their specific superbug risks. The Account Manager will be required to systematically help customers’ and senior executives and their technical teams understand why their superbugs consistently escape to silicon, and how New World Verification restores verification sign-off predictability.


Responsibilities…

  • Plan, lead, organize, and motivate sales campaigns in Tier 1 semiconductor accounts
  • Manage several concurrent high visibility customer engagements
  • Identify, develop and qualify top project candidates for formal, in the Territory.
  • Maintain Project Maps for each customer in the Territory to understand the top business opportunities
  • Engage key economic and technical stakeholders at the right time.

World Design

Requirements:
Previous knowledge in at least some of the following areas…

Simulation…Emulation…Formal verification

Additional personal and professional attributes include:
BSEE degree or equivalent with an emphasis on digital design….
Prior sales experience is not required if you bring a willingness to learn proven sales methodologies, a strong work ethic, and a collaborative spirit.

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