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IC Resources Ltd

Senior Digital IC Design Engineer - Munich

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IC Resources Ltd
29 April 2012
27 May 2012
Caroline Pye
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Competitive salary + benefits

Further information

Our established Semiconductor client is renowned for engineering excellence in the power management field across the globe. Due to robust business growth and increased revenue, they have various opportunities at their Munich design centre including a key opportunity for a Senior Digital IC Design Engineer.

The successful Digital IC Designer will be designing digital circuits and embedded microcontroller components for innovative mixed-signal products. The right candidate will be very experienced in designing ASICs, with a keen interest in (or knowledge of) system design, Matlab/Simulink modelling, and control theory. Experience in the design of power management ASICs would be of particular interest.

This is an excellent chance to progress your career and gain some extremely sought-after experience in today's market.

For further details, call Caroline @ IC Resources.

Key words: Senior Digital IC Design Engineer - Digital, ASIC, IC, FPGA, SoC, RTL, Design, VHDL, Verilog, system, Matlab, Simulink, modelling, control theory, power management, Semiconductor, integrated circuit, Semiconductor, low power, Germany, Munich.

IC Resources - your first contact for ASIC / FPGA jobs globally. Deep market knowledge and extensive contacts. Personal representation, strong ethics.

IC Resources Ltd

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