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Analog Design Engineer

Firm:

Melexis


Experience:

3-5 years


Created:

01.03.2016


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Your future job

As an Analog Design Engineer at Melexis, you will develop the analog design for the Integrated Circuit (IC) based on the customer requirements.

More specifically, you will

  • develop a wide variety of products (integrated sensors, actuators, sensor interfaces) and design a variety of blocks (ADC, supply systems, amplifiers,…)
  • take ownership of all design activities of your own analog blocks from specification to adoption by the customer
  • work together with the characterization engineer to perform lab evaluation and validation of Integrated Circuits (IC)
  • support the test department in implementing an efficient test program

 

Your profile

  • knowledge of modeling skills principles for developing an initial model (block diagram, state flow diagrams, etc) and specific methods used to do this (e.g. Simulink, Visio, …)
  • in-depth knowledge of design concepts (schematics and HDL code); knowledge of electronics simulation CAD (e.g. Spice, Cadence environment).
  • knowledge of advanced IC-Layout techniques (floor planning, matching, backannotation, EMC and ESD
  • ability to analyze and debug ICs using specific evaluation tools (IC-testers, measurement equipment, microprobing, qualification and characterization
  • an engineering master degree in an electronic or microelectronic field
  • 2-5 years of relevant experience as a designer in a microelectronics environment
  • effective communication skills in English

 

We offer

  • a challenging job in a dynamic high-tech international environment
  • the opportunity to take ownership of your professional passion in order to contribute to the success of the company
  • an enjoyable, team-oriented and professional  atmosphere in a flat-structured organization
  • versatile development opportunities

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