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IC Resources Ltd

Analog / Mixed Signal RF IC Design Engineer - Singapore

Recruiter
IC Resources Ltd
Posted
01 July 2014
Closes
29 July 2014
Ref
J21600
Contact
Leon Morrison
Location
Singapore
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Good Salary + Benefits

Further information

Analog/Mixed Signal RF IC Design Engineer - Singapore

Working for a world leading Singapore based R&D organisation, this is a superb opportunity for a highly qualified (PhD) and experienced RF IC design Engineer.

You will have the opportunity to undertake complex and challenging work in the research and development of integrated circuit designs in advanced Silicon-based technologies.
Experience is required in RF IC Design in CMOS, RF ID tags/readers such as power management, regulators and modulators. A good understanding of RF circuits and Systems is required as well as antenna design, simulation and evaluation.

The successful applicant will be PhD qualified (or equivalent) in a relevant Science/Engineering field. Fresh PhD graduates are welcome to apply.
Remuneration will include a high basic salary and excellent benefits, including relocation and allowances.

Contact Leon at IC Resources today to apply.

Key words: Research focussed position for PhD qualified candidates with RF IC Design Engineering experience. Areas of interest RF IC Design in CMOS, RFID tags/readers such as power management , regulators and modulators. A good understanding of RF circuits and systems is required as well as antenna design, simulation and evaluation, Singapore, Far East.


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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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