|Listed on:||29th October|
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A leading-edge technology company developing innovative Battery Management System solutions for use in large complex batteries for mobility (electric vehicles, buses, marine) and energy storage (renewables) markets is looking for a Principal Analog Layout IC Layout Engineer for their new ASIC development team. As Principal Analog Layout IC Layout Engineer you will play a key role as part of a team innovating in an application area and market segment that will see enormous growth over the next decade.
In your role as the Principal Analog Layout IC Layout Engineer you are responsible contributing to the layout of Analog Mixed Signal IC Design projects including block level, sub-system and chip level layout, working closely with design to floorplan, layout and sign-off at block and chip level. You will also be responsible for, mentoring and supervision of junior engineers and working with and leading contractors to deliver the layout plan.
Being the successful Principal Analog Layout IC Layout Engineer, you are industry degree qualified in Electrical/Electronic Engineering with solid experience in Analogue IC Layout including strong skills and knowledge in LVS, DRC, ERC and chip level sign-off with industry standard EDA tools as well as experience in PDK development and maintenance. You have excellent debug skills and the ability to interpret data and resolve issues.
Experience of developing ICs for automotive applications and knowledge of automotive systems, specifications and FUSA Standards (ISO 26262 for example) is beneficial.
This is a great opportunity for a Principal Analog Layout IC Layout Engineer to join a company with a promising future and contribute to the development of cutting edge BMS for a more sustainable future! If you are looking for a position in which you can contribute to society, contact me with your CV and a time for a short call. International applicant will be considered and flexible working from with in the UK can be discussed.