MEMs Digital Design Engineer

Company Name:
Analog Devices
The MEMS and Sensors group is aggressively seeking digital integrated circuit designers for our Wilmington, MA facilities. You will be involved in the design of state-of-the-art solutions, from product definition all the way through mass production. You will be joining a fast-growing business unit that is selling MEMS inertial components to the Automotive, Healthcare and Industrial markets. Working side-by-side with the highest-caliber digital and mixed-signal circuit designers, you will have the opportunity to see your creative skill result in commercially successful products.
The successful candidate will have experience in the following areas:
Specifying and documenting required functionality
Logic simulation and mixed analog digital simulation
In depth knowledge of design methodologies, from architecture to gate level
RTL Design using Verilog/System Verilog
Top-level Synthesis and Static Timing Analysis
Design for Test/ SCAN and APTG
Use of the latest EDA tools to continually improve quality and design cycles
Experience in the following areas is also desirable:
Digital Design for Ultra-Low Power applications
Digital Design for MEMS ICs
Experience in digital signal processing, and Matlab/Simulink modeling
Experience with ARM Cortex core
Excellent communication and team oriented skills.
Knowledge of analog and mixed-signal design.
MS in Electrical Engineering at least 5+ years of progressive experience in digital design.
For positions requiring access to technical data, Analog Devices, Inc. may have to obtain export licensing approval from the U.S. Department of Commerce - Bureau of Industry and Security and/or the U.S. Department of State - Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. As such, applicants for this position except US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, and protected individuals as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3) may have to go through an export licensing review process.
Analog Devices, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
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