Board Design Engineer



Ramat HaHayal, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
Posted on Monday, June 17, 2024


Do you want to build the next big thing in tech? Data now enhances every service and product we use in our daily lives to make them more useful and tailored to our needs. But as the volume of data grows, it’s getting more difficult for analysts and engineers to process it with current technology at the required speed and scale. NeuroBlade is redefining analytics processing through a comprehensive solution designed to accelerate queries and allow everyone to take advantage of data-driven insights.

As NeuroBlade enters its next phase of growth, we are seeking an experienced High-Speed Board Designer to join our fast-growing R&D team. In this position, you will be the sole hardware engineer responsible for the design of our new product, transforming initial concepts into production-ready designs. You will lead the bring-up process, troubleshoot issues post bring-up, review and approve layouts and test plans from our manufacturing partner and ensure the design is ready for full-scale production. You will work closely with multidisciplinary teams to develop, test, and validate product designs, ensuring optimal performance and quality.

Key Responsibilities

  • Design, develop, implement and test NeuroBlade’s PCBs, ensuring they meet quality standards
  • Conduct in-depth testing and validation of PCB designs using industry best practices and tools
  • Execute Board Bring-up processes and produce comprehensive test report documentation
  • Lead debugging efforts both internally and with other teams to achieve timely resolution of issues
  • Prepare detailed supporting documents for designs, tests, and bring-up procedures
  • Manage complex DC/DC converters and high-speed layouts
  • Participate actively in the introduction and deployment of new products

Required Qualifications

  • B.Sc. In Electronic Engineering
  • At least 5 years of experience as a board designer
  • Proven experience in High-speed board design, FPGA and CPLD hardware design
  • Proven experience in power supply and analog design (DAC/ADC)
  • Demonstrated experience in performing Bring-up tests for integrated hardware and software boards
  • Familiarity with DDR, PCIe, and SERDES technologies
  • Hands-on lab experience, including working with lab equipment such as Scope, VNAs, spectrum analyzer, etc.
  • Skilled in schematic and PCB design, including layout creation
  • Strong problem-solving skills, self-motivation, and the ability to work effectively in a team environment


  • SI and PI simulations and debug
  • Knowledge in RTL design
  • Linux environment knowledge
  • Scripting knowledge – Perl, Python, TCL, etc.

About NeuroBlade

NeuroBlade is reinventing infrastructure for data analytics by setting a new standard for query processing speed and scale. Founded in 2018 and led by veterans of the systems, storage, and data analytics industries, NeuroBlade has reinvented the SPU™, SQL Processing Unit, design with its proven Compute for Analytics approach, built to maximize throughput at petabyte-scale so that queries can run multiple orders of magnitude faster. NeuroBlade is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, and Palo Alto, California.

At NeuroBlade, friendship, trust, transparency, and respect come first. We work together and appreciate each other's qualities and differences without regard to hierarchy, experience, or skill. The time we spend together is invaluable. Aiming high, constantly learning, seeking feedback, and adapting to changing situations are key values for us. We encourage our team to act and make bold decisions while embracing new ideas and approaches, exploring, and taking risks. With us, you can be yourself, do the work you love, and make your mark on this incredible journey.

NeuroBlade is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, on the basis of disability, or other characteristic protected by applicable law.