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FPGA/ASIC Development Engineer-Electronic Engineering

£30000 - £40000/annum Flexible Benefits
11/01/2019 (19:00)
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Are you an experienced FPGA or ASIC Engineer, from an Electronic or Electrical academic background, looking for a very interesting role within an ever evolving sector, with a global organisation, offering flexible working and a superb working environment?

The client will offer relocation assistance on a case by case basis for thiose prepared to move to the area.

This position sits you at the very forefront of innovation, in a new and exciting sector, and will challenge you, offering future career progression.

The role focuses on FPGA development projects, ensuring the developed product meets client’s expectations, within time and costs constraints.

Therefore the role will include:

1 Understanding the client’s requirement, and specifying and documenting the FPGA solution.
2 FPGA design generation, implementation and verification.
3 Integration of FPGA's onto the target platform

To apply you should have:

1 Academic and working background in Electronic or Electrical Engineering
2 Experience of FPGA or ASIC design
3 Working knowledge of VHDL

Also, due to the nature of the work you must be able to be UK security cleared at SC level.

The position offers flexitime, bonus, 25 days holiday, life assurance, and pension.

To apply please email your CV to Nick Smith
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