A leading global Semiconductor company, sitting nicely in the top 25 Best Workplace rankings, is looking for a Digital IC Design Engineer to join their ASIC design team based in Berkshire.
This is a chance to step into a more senior engineering position and take more responsibility for a wide range of activities across the ASIC flow. Here you will make a strong impact in your work and have the real satisfaction of seeing your work in finished end products. You'll undoubtedly encounter many interesting challenges as you work on all aspects of the IC cycle from specification right the way through to testing and product release.
The ideal candidate for this position would be Digital IC Design Engineer with anywhere from about 3-8 years' experience; the position will be tailored to suit the individual. Working as part of an experienced mixed-signal ASIC design team, you will own block-level digital IC designs, taking block and system level design specifications/architectures and working independently on circuit and sub-system implementation and verification/simulation.
Essentially, what we are looking for is a bright, motivated Digital IC Design Engineer with a can-do attitude. Experience working in a mixed-signal environment would be a nice plus, but not essential.
-A good University degree, either a BSc / MSc or PhD qualification in Electronic Engineering or related field
-A solid background in Digital IC Design, with strong front-end RTL design skills in Verilog / SystemVerilog
-Ability to take accountability, ownership and initiative in delivery of tasks
-Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
You'll be pleased with the working environment and benefits on offer at this company, as well as the very competitive basic salary you'll receive. This company has a great company culture, offering engineers the chance to go as far and fast as they want to in their careers.
This position is based within easy access of the M4, commutable from Reading or Wiltshire.
For details, please contact Rachel Mason @ IC ResourcesPrint Save To Shortlist