IC Resources Ltd

Technical Project Manager

02 Nov 2018
30 Nov 2018
Rob Maw
Job Function
Specialist Area
FPGA & ASICS, Hardware
Contract Type
Full Time

A great opportunity for a Technical Project Manager in one of the most desirable locations in England, The Cotswolds. As the only Technical Project Manager within the organisation you will have the opportunity to develop project management strategy from day one, working closely with the design teams you will be responsible for getting multiple projects completed on time.

As the Technical Project Manager for a leading UK design service business you will have experience in design, verification or layout of IC"s, these can be either analog or digital however experience in design is essential for this position.

You will be managing projects from a wide variety of designs, including Analog IC, Mixed Signal IC, ASIC and FPGA designs. You will be liaising with the variety of clients and ensuring that the engineering teams are on schedule.

Skills Required:

Technical Project Management experience

A background in IC design; analog, mixed signal, ASIC or FPGA

Experience in speaking to customers and clients would be beneficial

Great organisational skills

Working on-site 90% of the time

Must be an EU national - No visa sponsorship for this role

If you could be interested in applying for this role or for more information please contact Rob at IC Resources.

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