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IC Resources Ltd

Digital Layout Contract, PnR, ICC, ARM Cortex - Germany

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IC Resources Ltd
22 February 2013
01 March 2013
Tom Huggins
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
€60 - €65 per hour + 3 months contract, EU60 - 65 per hour

Further information

A Digital layout engineer with the following skill set is required to be located in Germany:

- Experience in Synopsys ICC
- Good knowledge in analysing STA results and constraints development
- Competency in understanding clocking structures
- Experience PnR and resolving problems reported by Calibre
- ARM Cortex experience

IC Resources has an urgent Digital Layout contract for an important client. It is to be located in Germany on a 3 month rolling contract requiring a start as soon as possible. The opportunity requires good experience in Synopsys ICC for PnR and a good understanding of analysing STA results and constraints development.

It would be beneficial to have experience in handling preparation/ merging of GDS data with Cadence virtuoso and to be able to finalise layout in power routing and resolving problems reported by Calibre. A good understanding of clock structures and ARM Cortex would be desirable.

If you have the required experience for the above project then please do not hesitate to contact Tom Huggins at IC Resources.

Notes: 3 months, Synopsys ICC, Magma Talus, PnR, STA, Cadence Virtuoso, Calibre, Clock Structures, ARM Cortex, Layout

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