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Senior RF IC Design Engineer

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Recruiter: IC Resources
Listed on: 9th May
Location: London
Type: Permanent
Start Date: 2022-04-05

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Quantum Computing - an upcoming technology that has the chance to change the world we live in today. Our client is offering the chance for a Senior RF IC Design Engineer to work on this exciting technology within their London based design centre. Here you will be working within a research environment, working on new physics, superconducting, quantum properties not seen on any other devices and bringing up new ideas whilst making huge mark on this revolutionary technology.

This position would suit an experienced RF IC Design engineer with an excellent understanding of the IC Design process in CMOS technology and with a systematic and proactive approach to design. A highly talented individual is sought with experience in CMOS process and design flows.

Industry degree qualified, the successful applicant will have a minimum of 5 years experience in RF IC Design with experience in LNA design in microwave frequencies (1-10GHz) for low power systems (IoT, Bluetooth, Wifi radios).

There are significant opportunities for career advancement as the company grows and hence there is an interest in team leadership experience. Excellent communication skills in English as well as the ability work well within a team are required and the desire to make a positive contribution to an exciting new start-up company is of course essential! A passion and excitement about working on Quantum Computing is highly desired.

Competitive salary plus stock options are on offer for the successful applicant.

The position is based in the central London site, with lots to see and do in the city, it’s a fantastic location to work in! Some remote working and visa sponsorship is also possible.

Contact Leon at IC Resources today to apply and find out more on [Telephone number removed]