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Hardware FPGA/ASIC Digital Design Engineer

Currently we are looking for an FPGA/ASIC Digital Design Engineer to join our client near Oxford. You will be given the opportunity to work on full-stack development and put your RTL Design skills to the test.

This opportunity allows you to interact with other VHDL/ FPGA design specialists. You are given the chance to work on FPGA architectural/detailed designs and work with some high-end products. It is so incredibly rare to come across a global semiconductor company like this!!


I bet you're wondering what product could possible have such an impact? Well if you are qualified to fulfil the role, apply and I promise to tell you all about it. Please see the requirements below:


The successful candidate will have:

* A proven background with VHDL, Verilog or System Verilog

* Experience of Verilog or VHDL coding for FPGA or ASIC

* An good academic record (1st / 2:1 grade required) in Electronics or related field

* Experience with DSP would be desirable

The role is only eligible to candidates from within the EU as our client cannot offer visa sponsorship for this position. You must be eligible to work in Europe to apply.


If you would like to find out more information on this role then please contact Andrew at IC Resources and I look forward to hearing from you soon.





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  • Oxford, England
  • Permanent
  • JO-1810-135246_icr
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