IC Resources Ltd

Senior Digital ASIC Design Engineer - Dublin

Location
Dublin
Salary
Attractive package inc. stock units + bonus
Posted
23 May 2017
Closes
20 Jun 2017
Ref
J41042
Contact
Caroline Pye
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Digital ASIC Design Engineer
Dublin, Ireland
€€€ Attractive salary package inc. stock units + bonus

My client, an industry leader in ASIC and FPGA technology is looking for smart, capable Digital ASIC Design Engineers to join their expanding IC Design Centre in Dublin.

Successful ASIC Designers will be developing complex digital/mixed-signal systems in advanced 7nm/16nm Fin FET CMOS process technology. This is a hugely challenging role, working on a brand new product range, with lots of room for innovation. The role involves work on all aspects of the digital design flow including architecture specification, RTL design and verification, synthesis, DFT, and STA, working with the backend and verification teams to deliver the complete solution.

Our client is looking for several high calibre ASIC Design experts with hands-on experience developing new designs, and a background in the following:

*At least 5 years' experience working in Digital ASIC Design
*Expertise in frontend RTL coding in VHDL / Verilog
*Solid knowledge of the complete ASIC Design flow, from specification, RTL Design, Verification, STA (static timing analysis)
*Complex digital block design / high speed design experience
*Matlab modelling and DSP block design would be advantageous

Our client hires the best engineering talent, and in turn offers remuneration packages at the top of the market. The successful ASIC Design Engineer will enjoy challenging career growth opportunities and a very good work/life balance.

For more details, please contact Caroline @ IC Resources

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