A design verification engineer works to debug and verify designs and potential products as needed by their company. They attempt to identify and solve as many problems as possible with a product before its public launch; this includes using products in other ways than intended use to identify safety concerns, design flaws, and problem areas. A design verification engineer must be able to work on a wide range of projects in a variety of areas.
Design Verification Engineer Tasks
Create scripts to automate and test processes.
Write verification plans, test them and improve methodologies and toolsets.
Develop verification environments and processes.
Explain and communicate verification needs and results.