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Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design - Flash Memory - Germany

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IC Resources Ltd
01 July 2014
29 July 2014
Leon Morrison
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Competitive salary plus benefits

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Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design - Embedded Flash Memory - Germany

Our international Semiconductor client currently seeks an Embedded Flash Memory Design Engineer for their site in Central Germany.

In this role you will be responsible Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design for embedded non-volatile memory-blocks [EEPROM/ NVsRAM/OTP/ Flash]. You will be involved in high-level modelling of such blocks as well as verification and layout coordination, documentation and characterization.

Industry degree qualified (or equivalent) the successful Flash Memory Designer will have established experience in Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design in the field of Flash memory design within a Cadence environment. You ideally have knowledge in hardware-description languages and memory architecture.

Excellent communication in German and English is required for this role.

If you have the relevant experience and would like the opportunity to join a successful company in the field of memory design, contact Leon at IC Resources today.

Key words; Semiconductor, Embedded Flash Memory, memory architecture, EEPROM, NVsRAM/OTP, Flash, Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design, Automotive, system concept, characterization. Location: Germany.

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