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Senior Analog / Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer - Austria

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IC Resources Ltd
05 January 2013
02 February 2013
Leon Morrison
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
competitive salary

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Senior Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer - Austria
Our client is an established multinational semiconductor company supplying leading edge Analog/Mixed Signal ICs for the automotive markets. Due to recent expansion, they currently seek a Senior Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design engineer for their site in Austria.

Working within the R&D group, the Analog IC Design Engineer will be responsible for Analog IC Design in CMOS for sensors used in automotive applications. Designs will include, bandgap references, ADCs, PLLs, Op Amps, DACs and Protection Devices. As a Senior engineer you will be mentoring more junior engineers, be involved in concept, design, verification and commissioning of IC systems as well as technical responsibility for design projects.

Industry degree qualified (or equivalent) the successful Senior Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design engineer will have established experience in Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design including Analog/Mixed Signal simulation with strong Cadence tools knowledge.

Good communication skills in English are required and knowledge of the German language a strong asset.

If you are interested in the position please contact Leon at IC Resources.

Key words: Semiconductor company in Austria seeks Senior Analog(Analogue)/Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer. Automotive, CMOS, Cadence, bandgap references, ADCs, PLLs, Op Amps, DACs, High Voltage, Power Drivers. Europe, Austria

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