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Local to M25 - M1
Digital Design - Team Lead
A small innovative design company seeking to build on next generation visual sensor trends and earlier generation use.
A well funded start-up, they are seeking a good IC digital design engineer to strengthen the digital team.
You must have a minimum of 6yrs experience to be considered for this role.
Your responsibilities include:
The design and implementation of state-of-the-art image sensors, so any optic or image sensor experience is a major plus especially in the area of camera or laser measurement and mapping.
The IC development and team build in a structured and organised approach.
Driving and contributing concept through to synthesis and physical implementation whilst working along with analog and other team members.
Actively improving design methodology and strategy to cut down product time to market without loss of key steps or required levels of validation quality
What The Client Offers:
A role in a growing, dynamic and multi-cultural, growing team.
The opportunity to bring your experience and ideas to the table
A place to contribute and to innovate within a strong local international team
Competitive salaries and benefits
Strong autonomy in his field, self-reliant and able to work without supervision and to create a work plan for a small team
Masters in electrical / electronic engineering, a PhD is a plus
- Digital design
- Ultra-low power or mixed signal products
- System, architecture, RTL design, verification
- HW/SW co-simulation
- Mixed signal design (analog/digital integration)
Good knowledge of microcontroller architectures and integration into a SOC
You possess high level modelling (C / SystemC/ C++) and knowledge on agile SW methods
Good communication skills in English (B2) and any other language a plus.
Referral from recent finance hire in the UK to an ex-colleague.
Time to hire 122 days due to holidays ( 2 weeks) and then delayed due to becoming restricted to travel.
Salary – Upper quartile with additional costs for Internet and home working.
A new 60% office based policy introduced during hiring process by the company.