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IC Resources Ltd

Senior Digital ASIC Design Engineer - South West

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Recruiter
IC Resources Ltd
Posted
04 January 2013
Closes
01 February 2013
Ref
J19743
Contact
Caroline Pye
Location
South West England
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive salary + benefits

Further information


Our expanding client specialises in Digital/Mixed Signal IC Design for a wide range of applications and seeks a Senior ASIC Design Engineer to be based out of their design centre in the South West of England.

The successful candidate will join a small, extremely experienced team of Digital and Analog Designers and will be responsible for digital RTL coding, synthesis, test insertion, through formal verification and STA. The team use Cadence tools, and work on a diverse array of projects; hence your role will be very varied and technically challenging. There is the opportunity to take ownership for specific design projects and for seeing the designs through to successful completion.

Established experienced in Digital ASIC Design with a number of years' previous experience working on complex ICs is required; some experience with the Cadence tool suite is also essential.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a stable, growing company with a long-established reputation for delivering first-rate silicon. Contact IC Resources for further details.

Key words: Digital, IC, ASIC, Design, RTL, Verification, Synthesis, test, STA, SoC, VHDL, Verilog, EDA, Cadence, Semiconductor, South West, UK.

IC Resources - your first contact for ASIC design and verification jobs globally.

IC Resources Ltd

IC Resources is Europe’s largest and longest established semiconductor recruitment firm. With specialist USA and China consultants and an extensive Asia Pac partner network, our aim is to be the semiconductor industry's de facto recruitment partner.

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