IC Resources Ltd

Senior FPGA Design Engineer

Competitive salary
04 Jun 2018
02 Jul 2018
Andrew Emberson
Job Function
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS, Hardware
Contract Type
Full Time

FPGA Design Engineer


Competitive Salary

A local well-established consulting company are looking for bright and experienced FPGA Engineer's to join their rapidly expanding team in Cambridge.

This is an exclusive and exciting role that will not be available forever.

Are you a Senior FPGA Engineer that wants to expand their knowledge and learn more skills that would not be taught in your average consulting companies? If so why not give me a call?

Our client is offering technical solutions to Global Semiconductors and has a huge client portfolio that will allow you to work on the latest cutting-edge technology. You will get the opportunity to being exposed to working on a variety of different platforms, gaining experience in both design and verification.

Here is a list of technical skills required for this position:

* Bachelors, Masters, PhD or equivalent qualification in Electrical Engineering, or similar (2:1 or above)

* Previous project experience in ASIC/FPGA design using VHDL or Verilog

* DSP experience

* Micro-controllers, micro-processors

If you have the urge to work in Cambridge or you just want to have a chat about this position, then please get in contact with Andrew Emberson at IC Resources.

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