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As an Analog Design Engineer working on power conversion technologies, you will be part of a collaborative team developing high-performance mixed-signal integrated circuits, including innovative power converters and other circuitry in advanced CMOS processes. You will play a meaningful role in developing next-generation devices and ensuring that leading consumer electronics manufacturers can easily integrate our devices into their products.

Responsibilities

  • Development of advanced power conversion solutions and respective circuitry
  • Development through concept, architecture, design, and design integration into high-performance mixed-signal ICs
  • Modeling of solutions using tools such as Matlab, Simulink, and Spectre AMS Designer
  • Transistor level implementation of the design
  • Leading all aspects of layout implementation and performing post-layout simulations and optimization
  • Hands-on lab checkout, silicon learning, and debug
  • Supporting post-silicon activities including product validation, characterization, and production test

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and 5+ years of proven professional experience in integrated circuit design engineering
  • Deep understanding of the analog design flow steps including architecture, design, and design integration
  • Proven understanding of high-level modeling tools such as Matlab, Simulink, or similar
  • Expertise in power conversion architectures, transistor-level design, and simulation
  • Understanding of control theory for power conversion solutions
  • Experience designing inductive and/or capacitive power converters
  • Hands-on lab test/debug experience with scopes, logic analyzers, and other lab equipment
  • Possess understanding of device physics and basic ESD/Latchup concepts
  • Strong oral and written communication skills