Monday, December 08, 2003

An associate of mine just let me know about the following jobs. Please let me know if you have an interest and I can put you in touch with the recruiter.

SUPS001
Analog Design Engineer (Austin and PA)
MUST HAVE 5+YRS in Analog Circuit Design. IC Design, analog and mixed signal circuit design. Can have experience with bipolar or CMOS design . Should have a solid understanding of analog circuit layout issues and should be able to drive the design through circuit implementation. Power Management exp. preferred

SUP090
Analog IC Design Engineer - (Raleigh, NC)
Must have high speed high precision A/D experience. Analog IC's in CMOS technology. Design & development of Integrated Circuits in BiPolar or BiCMOS or CMOS on leading edge silicon technologies. BSEE with MSEE preferred Minimum of 5 + years demonstrated Analog & transistor level design experience in design of Analog IC's

SUP088
Antenna Design Engineer (Phoenix)
Antenna design position leading the development of a variety of microwave antenna types for defense applications. Required: Experience designing antenna arrays, GPS arrays, reflectors, planar arrays, skills with antenna design tools and antenna testing techniques. Desired: Experience with electromagnetic simulation tools, such as HFSS, is strongly desired. Knowledge of radome design and analysis is desired.

SUP084
IC Layout (Texas)
You need to have at least 5 yrs of IC Layout. Must possess strong debug and problem solving skills for LVS, DRC,and layout issues. Experience with CAD tools such as Cadence and Hercules.

SUP055
Analog IC Test Engineer (Durham, NC)
Develops detailed test plans for production test as well as for product verification & characterization. Create test hardware schematics, work with production to identify handler, make test time estimates Ensure that test plans are successfully implemented Test solution for wafer probe and final test introduced to production, bench testing and original ATE Requirements: BSEE or MSEE, Minimum 6 - 10 years experience in test development is prefered.

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