IC Resources Ltd

Senior Security Hardware Design Engineer - ASIC, Austria

Location
Austria
Salary
Competitive salary + Benefits & Relocation
Posted
21 Sep 2016
Closes
19 Oct 2016
Ref
J34356
Contact
Caroline Pye
Specialist Area
Semiconductors, Systems
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Security Hardware Design Engineer - ASIC, Austria

We are looking for a Senior Security Hardware Design Engineer to join our client - one of the world's most successful Semiconductor companies leading the way in secure connection solutions.

This is a superb opportunity for an engineer with strong Digital IC Design expertise and a background in secure hardware design (cryptography, embedded security).

Based in Austria, our client is seeking an experienced Digital ASIC Design Engineer to join them as a Senior Security Hardware Design Engineer, and become a key member of a chip design team developing advanced security solutions for banking transfers, IC cards and passports. The role will involve taking responsibility for architecture and design of crypto co-processors from initial concept, as well as validation and Verification of crypto co processors. You will be a key support to the HW development and Research teams with leading-edge security knowledge.

The successful candidate will have:
*A good University degree in Electrical Engineering / Computer Science or similar
*A proven background in digital IC / ASIC development (VHDL / Verilog)
*Experience of advanced cryptography algorithms and secured hardware architecture design
*A self-motivated work ethic, strong team work skills
*Excellent commutation skills in English, both written and verbal. German skills would be beneficial, but not essential

For details, please contact Caroline @ IC Resources.

For the right candidates, work permit sponsorship and relocation assistance can be provided where needed. A competitive remuneration package and excellent long-term career prospects await.

Key skills: Digital ASIC, IC, Design, RTL, IP, VHDL, Verilog, Security, Crypto, Cryptographic, encryption, hardware, smartcard, RFID, Semiconductor, side channel, attacks, UK, Austria.