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CAD Support Engineer - PDKs - Germany

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Recruiter
IC Resources Ltd
Posted
01 April 2012
Closes
29 April 2012
Ref
J18017
Contact
Leon Morrison
Location
Germany
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
excellent with strong benefits package

Further information

Our client is a highly successful Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design company who currently have a rare opportunity for an experienced PDK Engineer to join an established team at their design centre in Southern Germany.

In this role you will be responsible for supporting multi-site design teams Europe wide and contributing to the development and maintenance of PDKs. You will be providing support for engineers in the use of PDKs and CAD related tools, keeping up to date with technology developments and maintaining up to date documentation.

Industry degree qualified (or equivalent) the successful CAD Support Engineer will have established experience in a similar PDK related position and in working within a Cadence analog design environment using Cadence and Synopsys tools such as Virtuoso, Spectre and HSpice.

The successful CAD Support Engineer will have excellent communication skills in English and work well in a team, have the ability to set goals and meet deadlines.

Contact Leon at IC Resources today to apply.

Key words: CAD Support Engineer - PDKs - CAD/EDA/PDK Support, Analog/Mixed Signal, Semiconductor, Cadence - Virtuoso, Spectre, HSpice. PDKs, flows, scripting. Location; Southern Germany.

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IC Resources Ltd

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