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ASIC/FPGA Digital Design Engineer

We are looking for talented FPGA/ASIC Digital Design Engineers to join our client in Bath.

Our client is a start up firm who are well funded and are producing some of the most cutting edge, exciting technology. They are looking for multiple hardware engineer to join them immediately.

The successful candidate will have knowledge and experience in FPGA design flows through numerous successful projects, building FPGA or ASIC designs. You will get the opportunity to work the whole life cycle, from design, implementation, validation to the verification stage.

To apply for this opportunity, you will need to have 2 years of experience in ASIC or FPGA Designs and have a degree in Electronics Engineering or something similar.

This role as an ASIC/FPGA Digital Design Engineer offers a competitive salary. It is ideal for any candidate that is self-motivated but can also work well as part of a team.

In return, this job looks to broaden the experience within the semiconductor industry, whilst building on existing skill sets and offering you the opportunity to be part of an exciting technological breakthrough.

Only European engineers can apply, as our client will not offer visa sponsorship.

For details, Andrew Emberson @ IC Resources

South West England, UK

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  • Bath, England - England, England
  • Permanent
  • 157412_icr
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