The ideal candidate will have the following skills and background:

  • M.Sc.EE or equivalent degree in Electronics, Computer Science or Electrical engineering
  • Highly motivated and dynamic engineer able to adopt new technology quickly
  • Understanding design specs and requirements for AMS circuits, such as SERDES, PLLs, ADC/DAC etc.
  • Experience modeling AMS circuits in MATLAB, Simulink, SystemVerilog and VerilogA/AMS
  • Proficiency in running SPICE, digital, and Mixed-Signal simulations

The following skills will be a plus:

  • Analog design experience
  • Basic experience with state of the art analog design tools
  • Experience with the implementation technologies below 90nm/CMOS and all steps in analog design flow
  • Proficiency writing software in Python
  • Experience writing software in C / C++
  • Simulation tools for analog, digital, and mixed-signal circuits
  • Your key responsibilities:
  • Development of custom hardware descriptions, specialized for AMS circuits
  • Writing test benches, capturing the behavior and performance of AMS architectures and circuits
  • Creating verification components for high-productivity testing, regression, and tracking of AMS circuit designs
  • Architecture and Design of PLLs, PHYs, sensors, and other AMS circuits, using these custom tools

We offer:

  • Comprehensive training for Juniors from experts for design/analog/verification of ASIC/FPGA System-on-Chip
  • Unique chance to join a rapidly expanding company offering fantastic career and skills development opportunities
  • An exceptional salary
  • Permanent employment
  • Private health insurance for all family members
  • Opportunity to develop soft skills through series of training
  • Opportunity to be involved in many sports activities with colleagues
  • Opportunity to travel abroad and work on our clients’ cites
  • Working in young and enthusiastic team

Proficient knowledge of UNIX/Linux and fluent English is a prerequisite for all candidates!


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