Graduate Analogue Engineer (26292)
Join an expanding team, within a large company that provides excellent technical guidance as your career grows. In this position you will utilise your analogue knowledge and expand it into various areas including RF, audio, voice and IC design. You will be contributing to SoC designs used in areas such as speech recognition, in ear devices and many more applications.
Whilst an electronics degree is not essential for this Graduate Analogue Engineer position, a 1st or 2.1 from a world leading university in a technical subject is a must (e.g. Physics), along with the ability to demonstrate a good understanding of analogue circuitry.
They are seeking people who are available immediately.
In this role you will gradually build up experience in design of complex analogue blocks like ADC, DAC, amplifiers etc. and gain the knowledge to deliver fully verified blocks and full subsystems within the analogue section of a chip. Also you will discover how to solve complex problems in tightly constrained environments. Overall you will become fully competent in analogue design for complex sub-cells and small subsystems. As your career develops you will keep abreast of new developments and become a technical expert in the design of analogue sub-cells. Your core competency will become the use of Cadence and Mentor analogue design and verification tools, along with MATLAB and other system design tools.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a team of friendly, dedicated and very bright engineers, creating the best ASICs. As an established company they offer stock options with this role along with a bonus and good benefits.
Keywords: Analogue Engineer, ASIC Engineer, RF & Analogue for Mixed Signal Solutions, RTL Design, VHDL, Verilog, MATLAB, Simulation, Silicon Debug Experience, Cambridge
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