Senior analog IC design engineer

nSilition is a fabless analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits design company headquartered in Belgium. nSilition specializes in the design of very high performance and low power analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog data converters.
In order to sustain its continuous and rapid growth, nSilition seeks talented analog and mixed-signal design engineers.

You hold a MS or a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent;
You own at least two years of Analog IC design experience. An experience with one or several A/D converter or complex op-amp architecture will be a serious asset;
You have an autonomous, precise and constructive way to solve complex technical problems;
You are familiar with UNIX, you manipulate scripting and programming easily and you have an experience with configuring and using one or more ASIC design tools;
You appreciate a dynamic working environment. You demonstrate good social skills and you like team spirit;
You are fluent in English. The active knowledge of another language (French, Dutch, German,…) will be an asset too;
A proven experience with publication/patent search and review will be an asset.

You will be integrated to our analog integrated circuits and advanced data converters design team. You will be handling complex design tasks like complete pre-studies, high-level design, architecture studies, detailed design specifications, advanced circuit designs, layout follow-up, measurement specifications…
You will be designing on the most advanced CMOS and BCD silicon processes. You will be supported by a team of highly experienced IC designers and involved into our IC design projects.

nSilition is a fast growing start-up company offering a pleasant work environment and a wide range of high-tech design projects allowing you to develop your technical and organisational skills.
nSilition offers an attractive wage accompanied by several extra compensations.

Please send us your application letter and complete CV.

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