Analog Mixed Signal Design Engineer

Grenoble, Auvergne Rhône Alpes


Salary dependent on experience


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Parm Shergill

Analog | Mixed Signal | RFIC Design - EU

I am recruiting an Analog Mixed Signal Designer to join an expanding organisation in the Grenoble area.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
  • Strategically breaks down design projects into manageable tasks, ensuring efficient workflow.
  • Establishes and adheres to realistic deadlines for each task, demonstrating commitment to achieving project milestones.
  • Actively engages and contributes valuable insights during project meetings, fostering effective collaboration.
  • Delivers concise and proactive study reports on project status, addressing issues, risks, and support requirements proactively.
  • Monitors and assesses progress against planned workload, promptly implementing corrective measures for any discrepancies.
  • Conducts circuit simulations with precision, ensuring the accuracy of the designed circuits.
  • Validates Front-End circuits at both schematic and netlist levels through meticulous back annotation.
  • Collaborates seamlessly with the Place & Route Engineer to guarantee the timely delivery of design files, blocks, and modules.
  • Develops comprehensive and meticulous design documentation, ensuring clarity and completeness.
  • Provides essential support to the validation team during the critical sensor test implementation phase.
I am looking for someone with the following attributes:
  • Holds an engineering degree in electronics or IT industrial.
  • Some expertise in InfraRed/CMOS image sensors.
  • Demonstrates proficiency in both digital and analog design, showcasing versatile skills without requiring exclusive expertise in either domain.
  • Adopts a structured and methodical approach to work, ensuring precision and efficiency in every task.
  • Exhibits strong interpersonal skills and a collaborative team spirit, demonstrating the ability to support colleagues and effectively share technical knowledge.
  • Remains open to self-reflection and embraces constructive feedback, fostering a commitment to continuous improvement.
  • Possesses fluent English language skills; proficiency is crucial for seamless communication.
If you would like to explore this opportunity further, please contact Parm Shergill.
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