IC Resources Ltd

Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer

£50.00 - £55.00 per annum
08 Feb 2019
08 Mar 2019
Leon Morrison
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

This is a new opportunity for an Analog IC Design Engineer to join a growing start up company based in Cambridge who are developing exciting and leading edge designs for touch screen technology.

In this role you will be primarily involved in the design of low power, low noise Analog circuits such as OpAmps, Analog low pass filters, A/D converters as well as Analog custom layout. You will also be getting involved in the evaluation and debugging of the Silicon. The successful Analog IC Design Engineer will ideally have 3-5 years experience in Analog/Mixed-Signal IC Design in CMOS technology in 0.13um and 0.18um processes (or more advanced).

Experience is required in design tools such as Cadence Virtuoso, Synopsys Custom Designer, Spice Simulators, MATLAB and Verilog / VHDL. Experience in layout, Silicon debugging, digital design is also required.

Experience in touch and display systems would be highly beneficial. Experience in low power, low noise design is ideal as well as experience in the design of; Op-Amps and ADCs.

Excellent communication skills in English are required as well as strong problem solving skills, initiative and motivation.

Contact Leon at IC Resources today to apply and for more information.

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