IC Resources Ltd

Senior Analog Mixed Signal IC Designer

€65000.00 - €85000.00 per annum
05 Feb 2019
05 Mar 2019
Ane Bauer
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

You are looking to a position in Analog Mixed Signal IC Design in Munich in a successful Semiconductor business that offers individual creative freedom in an international, highly innovative and motivated development team? Read on….

A leader in the development of DRAM products is looking for an Analog Mixed Signal IC Designer to join their team in Munich to develop high-speed Analog IC's like high-speed receivers, transmitters and PLL's from concept via schematic to AMS Verification using industry standard tools.

You will also be involved in overseeing and managing the layout process and assist in silicon design validation.

The successful Analog Mixed Signal IC Designer is best equipped for this role holding an industry degree in Electronics Engineering and having experience in the design of Analog Mixed Signal IC's such as operational amplifiers, reference voltage generators, voltage and current controlled oscillators, frequency detectors, phase detectors and PLL's.

Good skills in Cadence, Finesim, Spice, StarRC, ERC, MS Office, Unix, Windows are required for this position.

To apply or for more information, please contact Ane @IC resources per email (ane.bauer@ic-resources.com)

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