IC Resources Ltd

Digital ASIC Design Engineer - Cambridge

Location
Cambridge
Salary
Competitive + excellent benefits package
Posted
13 Apr 2017
Closes
11 May 2017
Ref
J40940
Contact
Caroline Pye
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Digital ASIC Design Engineer
Cambridge
Competitive + excellent benefits package

We have a new opportunity for a Digital IC Design Engineer to join our client in Cambridge.

This is an excellent opportunity to join the world's leading developer of cutting-edge technology for the cellular handset market.

Working with the RF Systems and Analogue design teams, the Digital IC Design Engineer will play a key role in the design of mixed mode/digital circuits for use in or with radio transceiver sub-systems, taking designs from initial architecture, RTL development through synthesis and full verification to the final sign-off. This is a hugely innovative position, which will stretch your knowledge and creativity to develop new techniques in order to meet challenging circuit specifications with ever decreasing power consumption requirements.

The ideal candidate for this position will be a skilled Digital ASIC Design Engineer with the following:

*Bachelor degree or higher in an engineering subject
*A good working knowledge of digital IC design techniques, including high speed and low power design.
*At least a couple of years' experience designing digital circuits for low-power performance applications
*Strong skills in RTL design using VHDL or Verilog.
*Proficient in scripting languages such as Python

Any experience working with mixed-mode simulations would be beneficial. Exposure to mixed mode designs such as ADCs and digital PLLs is advantageous, although not essential.

A generous package is on offer: a highly competitive basic salary together with share plan, plus comprehensive benefits. Relocation assistance and visa sponsorship can be provided.

Contact Caroline @ IC Resources today for details.

Key words: Digital, ASIC, IC, Design, SoC, integrated circuit, RTL, VHDL, Verilog, verification, synthesis, mixed signal, mixed-signal, analog, low power, communications, AMS, modelling, radio, Semiconductor, Cambridge, South East, East Anglia.