IC Resources Ltd

Graduate Digital IC Design Engineer - Germany

Location
Germany
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
08 Sep 2016
Closes
06 Oct 2016
Ref
J37285
Contact
Caroline Pye
Job Function
Design, Graduate
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS, Semiconductors
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Graduate Digital IC Design Engineer - Germany

We are looking for a Graduate Digital IC Design Engineer with German language skills. Fluent German isn't essential - basic or intermediate level would be more than sufficient. If this sounds like you, get in touch!

This is a position for a Graduate ASIC Design Engineer with a world-leading supplier of ICs for the automotive and consumer industries, based in Central Germany.

In this role you will be working as part of an experienced IC design team, gaining experience in the design of digital blocks in RTL, as well as the development, implementation and characterization of test structures. As you build your experience, you will have the chance to work with customers and marketing teams to enhance ongoing digital development. You'll enjoy working in a friendly working environment, with stimulating work opportunities.

Required:

*Bachelor Degree / Master of Engineering in Microelectronics or related subject
*Some prior project experience in digital RTL design (using VHDL or Verilog)
*At least basic German language skills
*Any experience of C++, Perl, HTML, Unix-Script, or Python would be advantageous
*Plenty of self-motivation, and excellent organisation skills

For more information, please contact Caroline @ IC Resources.

Key skills: Graduate / Junior, Digital IC, Design, ASIC, RTL, VHDL, Verilog, SoC, FPGA, circuit design, analog, Semiconductor, Germany, job.

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