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Graduate Analogue / Mixed Signal Engineer (24435)

to £40k DoE + options

A new approach for Analogue design

Have you recently completed a masters or PhD in electronics? To enjoy this position you will need to be confident in analogue and mixed-signal design, and able to tackle the maths skills required for this type of work.

Our client is an early stage startup with a strong management team on board. They have developed a new concept that is attracting a lot of interest from companies wishing to get their ASIC designs to market quicker. They now seek three additional analogue / mixed-signal designers one could be a recent graduate, so there will be a small team there able to support you in this graduate position.

As the Graduate / PhD Analogue / Mixed-Signal Engineer you will have an electronics degree or equivalent and some experience of analogue or mixed-signal design. Your activities will include specification, architecture definition, design, simulation, layout and verification. Deep down you will be a methodical person such that your designs will provide consistent results.

The following will come naturally to you:

  • Behavioural circuit modelling
  • Turning to software to tune a design eg: MATLAB, Python
  • An interest in IC product development process
  • RF and analogue design techniques, technologies and architectures
  • Use of analogue simulation tools
  • Creativity and innovation in regenerating traditional circuits

As part of a capable and enthusiastic team, you will contribute to the creation of a new concept in analogue design. Their product will change the approach used in analogue design in custom devices. An excellent opportunity to join this startup with the benefit of stock options early on in their growth.

Contact us now to find out more!

Keywords: Analogue, Mixed-Signal, 2.1, 1st, PhD, CMOS, ASIC, Power management (LDO, SMPS, Bandgap, etc.); ADC; DAC; Sensor Interface Circuits (Temperature, Capacitive, etc.); PLL; DLL design tools, MATLAB, Python, startup, Cambridge

Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.