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Principal Analog IC Design Engineer – South West England

Principal Analog IC Design Engineer
South West England
£65k-£75k basic

Our client, a growing supplier of high performance ICs seeks a Principal Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design engineer for their site along the M4 corridor.

Taking on a lead consultant level role within the company, your responsibilities include all technical aspects of design from contract feasibility to specification to production, monitoring layout of the design and device evaluation. You will also be responsible for overseeing various design projects.

Industry degree qualified (or equivalent) the successful applicant will have established experience in Analog/Mixed Signal IC Design with experience in some or all of the following; very low power Analog and oscillators, low noise, high precision, CMOS, ADCs and DACs.

This is a unique opportunity to join an established company with strong company spirit, stability and future career progression.

Contact Leon at IC Resources to find out more and to apply.

Due to strict visa restrictions in the UK, applicants with the right to work in the UK can only be considered for this role.

Key words: Analog Analogue / Mixed Signal, Semiconductor, Automotive, CMOS, ADCs and DACs, low noise, low power, South West England

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  • £65000 - £75000 per annum
  • South West England
  • Permanent
  • J41736_icr
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