Senior/Principal Analogue Design Engineer

Analog Design

Ref: 1172Friday 12 April 2019

Competitive Salary

This vacancy is now closed
Enigma People Solutions is recruiting a Senior Analog/Mixed-Signal Design Engineer for our client's newly opened Edinburgh Advanced Design Center. The successful candidate will play a critical role in building the next generation of LiDAR systems for autonomous vehicles, UAVs, industrial automation and other applications. This position is a research and development focused role for an innovative and versatile Integrated Circuit (IC) Design Engineer who is keen to get involved in all aspects of LiDAR sensor development in a start-up environment.
So why join this company?
Our client is passionate about building the next generation of LiDAR systems for autonomous vehicles, industrial robotics, UAVs and many other applications. Their core technology – protected by over 200 patents – enables a simple, high-performance, solid state solution, with no moving parts, that can uniquely meet the rigorous performance, reliability and cost requirements of the automotive industry. Backed by leading VC firms and strategic investors and have developed partnerships with leading automotive and robotics customers. They are building an innovative, world-class company that designs and builds the world’s best 3D sensors. 
This position includes:
  • Matlab modelling of systems for LiDAR applications 
  • Develop custom analog/mixed signal blocks for LiDAR sensors
  • Circuit definition and block level simulations and documentation
  • Layout of analog/mixed-signal blocks and pixel arrays
  • Strong, in-depth understanding of analog & mixed signal IC design 
  • 5+ years’ experience in the modelling, design, simulation and layout of custom IC blocks
  • Solid understanding of design trade-offs e.g. noise, power, area and speed
  • Experience in some of the following: ADCs (SAR/Sigma-Delta/Single-Slope), PLL, DLL, image-sensor pixels, PGA and TDC
  • Have experience running top-level simulations of analog & digital blocks up to chip-level
  • Basic digital design from Verilog/VHDL to place and route for digital control blocks