IC Resources Ltd

Graduate ASIC Design Engineer - UK

South East England
08 Oct 2016
05 Nov 2016
Caroline Pye
Job Function
Design, Graduate
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS, Semiconductors
Contract Type
Full Time
Graduate ASIC Design Engineer - UK, South East

Are you a recent or soon-to-be graduate looking to begin your career in Digital ASIC Design?

Our client is an industry leading Semiconductor company that due to its great success, they are continuing to grow and expand their team developing advaned GPU cores. They are well-known for their excellent reputation and the way they respect and value their employees. Their ground-breaking technology is found in today's essential electronic products from internationally recognised brands.

The successful Graduate ASIC Design Engineer, you will be involved in the full process from block level specification, all the way through to the verification and synthesis.
The ideal candidate should have the following:
* A University degree in Electronics or Computer Science (1st/2:1)
*Experience in VHDL or Verilog
*Good problem solving skills
*Ability to work well as a team

On offer is a competitive salary and benefits as well as excellent training and development as well as

Please note - our client can only consider candidates eligible to work in the EU.

For more details or to apply, please contact Caroline @ IC Resources.

Please get in touch ASAP with your CV if you are an enthusiastic and bright graduate looking to start a successful career in the industry as a Graduate ASIC Design Engineer.

Top Semiconductor Company based in the UK is recruiting for a Graduate ASIC Design Engineer with skills in: Hardware, VHDL, Verilog, ASIC, Design, Verification. Based in UK, South East, Graduate, Career, Job.

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