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Position: Analog and Mixed Signal Design Director
Industry: Semiconductor
Region: West Coast
Job Type: Design - Integrated Circuits
Salary: Open
Job Req#: 201
A well established fortune 500 company is trying to fill this position. The position of Analog and Mixed Signal Design Director will be responsible for the following: Managing a group of experienced, mixed signal IC design engineers. Managing and designing products involving advanced mixed signal data converter and signal processing ICs. Guiding all aspects of product development on circuits that include high resolution analog to digital converters, digital to analog converters, precision references, analog and digital filters and mixed signal micro controllers. Designing with digital circuitry such as SRAM, ROM, Nonvolatile memory, flash memory, state machines and logic design using VHDL/Verilog and other state of the art techniques and tools. Using cutting edge process technologies for precision mixed signal designs. You will be working with experienced designers that are introducing products that are in best in the world for use in applications such as Communications, Process Control, Portable Data Processing, Medical, and Instrumentation Applications.
Requires MSEE and a minimum of 5 years' hands-on, analog IC design experience. Excellent opportunity to work with industry leaders where you can bring products to market successfully and reap rewards through compensation that includes generous stock options and performance bonuses. Due to the experience requirements, we are not currently seeking recent college graduates for this position.
Chris Catani
800-770-7166 x32

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