IC Resources Ltd

Graduate Digital ASIC Design Engineer - 2017

4 days left

Competitive + benefits + career progression
28 Feb 2017
28 Mar 2017
Caroline Pye
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Graduate Digital ASIC Design Engineer - 2017

This is an excellent opportunity for a Graduate Digital ASIC Design Engineer to start in Spring / Summer 2017. If you are an Electronic Engineering student due to graduate in the coming months, and are keen to get started in chip design, we want to hear from you.

Based in the South East, near London, our client is one of the world's leading Semiconductor IP companies developing astonishingly realistic graphics technology for today's consumer products. As the successful ASIC Design Graduate you will work as part of a small, friendly design team on the full ASIC design cycle, from specification and implementation through to verification of graphics processor cores.

We're looking for:
*Self-motivated students / graduates with University studies in Electronic Engineering / Computer Science
* A solid knowledge of RTL coding and debug in VHDL or Verilog, either for FPGA or ASIC designs
*Plenty of enthusiasm, and a strong team-work ethic
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Our client offers a structured career path; you will be supported by experienced ASIC designers, and receive regular (but informal) reviews. You'll enjoy developing your career within a really vibrant, positive and energetic environment.

Competitive salary, benefits + excellent career progression!

For more details or to apply, please email your CV to Caroline @ IC Resources

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