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Senior IC Designer, R&D (26881)

Cambridge, hybrid working
to £80,000 plus benefits

Ambitious R&D for low-latency digital ICs in Cambridge

This specialist technology firm develop high performance, low-latency hardware and solutions for targeted markets. This ambitious role would look towards future IC development, designing or tailoring bespoke ICs / FPGA cores for development and ultimately production use. This is an R&D area for the company, with a view towards near- and mid-term results.

You will have a good electronics or similar degree from a top university, or equivalent experience, and be able to demonstrate:

  • Creation of IP cores for IC, SoC and/or high-performance FPGA systems, whether based on existing FPGA IP or new designs
  • Knowledge of FPGA hardware architecture design
  • Specific knowledge of multi clock, cross clock domain and/or asynchronous execution
  • Communications hardware knowledge, networking, PHY
  • Architecture and microarchitecture definition and design
  • RTL design (Verilog / SystemVerilog preferred)
  • Synthesis
  • RTL and gate level simulation and debug
  • A focus on performance and reliability

This is a Cambridge, UK-based position offering hybrid working options and requiring full existing work permission without sponsorship. You’d work alongside fellow senior hardware and software engineers in a professional, relaxed and collaborative environment.

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.