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IC Resources Ltd

Principal Analog IC Layout Engineer - UK

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IC Resources Ltd
20 February 2014
20 March 2014
Leon Morrison
South West England
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£45000 - £55000 per annum

Further information

Our client specialises in Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design for a wide range of applications and is currently seeking a Principal Analog/Mixed Signal IC Layout Engineer to be based in their design centre located in the South West of England.

In this position you will be involved in the layout of Analog and Mixed Signal ICs in CMOS and BiCMOS. As this is a Principal position you will be expected to lead a layout engineers including contract staff, to achieve challenging programme goals. You will be responsible for liaising with foundries, installing and modifying design kits as well as estimating task durations and oversee work within the agree timescales.

This is an opportunity to join a core group of experienced Analog/Mixed Signal and Digital Engineers and have the ability to expand on your technical knowledge and experience.

Established experience (circa 10 years) in Analog and Mixed Signal IC Layout is required as well as strong experience in Cadence and Calibre layout verification tools and the Cadence Analog layout suite. Experience of digital layout tools/methods would be an advantage.

Applicants with the right to work in the UK only need apply.

Contact Leon at IC Resources to apply.

Key words: Semiconductor company specialising in Analog/Mixed Signal and Digital IC Design is looking for a Principal Analog IC Layout Engineer. CMOS, BiCMOS, Cadence and Calibre layout tools. Europe, UK, England

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