IC Resources Ltd

Digital ASIC Design Engineer

11 Feb 2019
11 Mar 2019
Rachel Mason
Job Function
Contract Type
Full Time

A superb opportunity has arisen for a Junior engineer to join my clients Digital-RF design group in developing complex mixed analog/digital systems in advanced 16nm and 7nm CMOS technologies.

This intriguing opportunity is in the lively city and capital of Ireland; Dublin where there is an abundance of things to do from Guinness tours, whiskey and pubs and clubs to the more cultured and educational activities including Museums, farms and The National gallery so there certainly is something for everyone!

As the Junior engineer you will have between 1-4 years' experience and a relevant degree as well as having the drive and determination to succeed. The scope of work includes design, implementation and verification of complex algorithms.

Job requirements

  • Bachelor/masters in Electronic/computer engineering
  • Strong knowledge of logic design concepts and hands on experience with System Verilog.
  • Good understanding of digital ASIC methodologies including front end design, verification, synthesis, STA, DFT and physical implementation.
  • Experience in scripting languages including Tcl and Perl would be advantageous.

For this position you must have the right to work in the EU.

For a Confidential discussion please contact Rachel Mason - Digital ASIC Design Recruitment Consultant

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