IC Resources Ltd

Analog IC Design Engineer

Location
Belgium
Salary
Competitive salary plus excellent bonus
Posted
14 Sep 2016
Closes
12 Oct 2016
Ref
J31252
Contact
Leon Morrison
Specialist Area
Analogue, Hardware, Semiconductors
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Analog IC Design Engineer - Image Sensors - Belgium

Due to my client's continued growth an opportunity has arisen for an Analog IC Design Engineer with a background in image sensors to join the team. If you are looking to work in a young but stable company with exciting growth plans then this could be the job for you.

In this Analog IC Design Engineer role you will be tasked with a broad range of duties including; image sensor design and evaluation, research on improving circuit design and topologies, design methodology, design verification and project management.

Industry degree qualified in Electronics Engineering or Microelectronics, the successful Analog IC Design Engineer will have a minimum of 5 years proven experience in Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design ideally in the area of Image Sensors. Experience as a design lead for complex Analog/Mixed Signal IC Designs is a distinct advantage. A background in silicon processing, optics and/or solid-state physics would be an advantage.

Excellent communication skills are required in English with strong team playing skills. Good analytical and problem solving skills are also required.

There is an opportunity to take on more responsibility as the company grows.

Contact Leon at IC Resources to apply and find out more.

Applicants with the skills in the following; Analog, Analogue, Mixed Signal IC Design, Semiconductors, Image Sensors will be considered for this role. Location: Belgium, Europe.

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