IC Resources Ltd

Senior Analog IC Design Engineer - Belgium - ADCs

2 days left

Location
Belgium
Salary
Depending on experience
Posted
29 Aug 2016
Closes
26 Sep 2016
Ref
J36259
Contact
Leon Morrison
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Analog IC Design Engineer - Belgium - ADCs

Our client, a growing start-up focused on low power data converters (ADCs, DACs) and due to continued growth are seeking a Senior Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer to join their established team in Belgium.

Your key tasks and responsibilities will include;

- Involvement in the complete Analog or Mixed-Signal IC development process.
- Feasibility and pre-design studies, detailed design specifications as well as advanced design and layout, measurements, qualification for production.
- Solving complex technical challenges.
- Designing in CMOS and High Voltage BCD silicon processes.

Requirements;

MSc or PhD qualified in Electrical Engineering or equivalent, the successful applicant will have experience in the following;

- Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design.
- Several A/D converters or complex op-amp architectures.
- UNIX operating system and experience in scripting and programming.
- Design software tools
- ESD protection

Excellent team playing skills and fluent in English with knowledge of another languages (Dutch, French, German) also advantageous.


Due to visa restrictions, applicants who have the right to work in the EU only need apply.

Applicants with experience in the following; Analog (Analogue), Mixed / Signal, Design, IC, Semiconductors, UNIX, High Voltage, Data Converters, ADC, DAC, Layout, CMOS, BCD, ESD will be considered for the position. Location, Europe, Belgium.

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