[Eecs-news-links] Analog/Mixed-Signal Designer @ Voxtel

Batten, Tina tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Sun May 5 17:09:09 PDT 2013

Careers at Voxtel

At Voxtel, we love to hire dedicated experts, innovators and leaders to join us on the front edge of what's happening in photonics and optoelectronics.

Our employees enjoy job stability and generous benefit packages including competitive health insurance, vacation and paid time off, flexible work time and a 401K program with matching employee contributions.

We are located in Beaverton, OR, a suburb of 90,000 residents located just west of Portland. Our ideal location provides easy access to endless downtown restaurants, museums and entertainment, and (within 90 minutes) scenic Oregon beaches, top notch winter sports on Mt. Hood, trails, waterfalls and campsites at the Columbia River Gorge, hundreds of wineries in the Willamette Valley, and more.

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To Apply:

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Voxtel, Inc.

Attn: Human Resources
15985 NW Schendel Ave. #200
Beaverton, OR 97006

Voxtel is actively seeking an experienced Analog/Mixed Signal Design Engineer to contribute to the research and development of integrated circuit solutions related to Voxtel's innovative imaging technologies. This position requires participation in all aspects of readout integrated circuit design (ROIC) development including design specification, transistor level design, physical layout, top-level assembly/verification, and electrical/optical bench debug and characterization.

 Due to the nature of the Voxtel's programs, US citizenship or legal permanent US residency status is mandatory for consideration.

 Primary Responsibilities:

- Complete the design, simulation, and layout of mixed signal integrated circuits.
- Perform verification tasks, including LVS and DRC.
- Assist with top-level assembly and design tapeout to semiconductor foundry.

- Perform bench testing and formal verification of custom ROICs and image sensors, from prototype debug through production release.

- Perform literature and theoretically based design specification and schedule estimations.

- Collaborate with others in the creation of proposals, technical reports, whitepapers, and user documentation.

 Position Requirements:

- MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering or Physics, with at least 2 years of IC design experience (graduate work may be considered as experience).

- Strong knowledge of analog integrated circuit design fundamentals.

- Ability to create innovative architecture and circuit solutions to customer requirements.

- Proficient in use of EDA design, simulation, layout, and verification tools (e.g. Silvaco, Cadence, Mentor).

- Technical expertise in one or more of the following areas is required: low-noise amplifiers (CTIA/RTIA), switched-capacitor circuits, ADC/DAC converters, phase locked loops, and/or voltage regulators.

- Direct experience with CMOS image sensors or ROIC designs is desirable.
- Ability to work both independently and in a team environment, with the ability to provide technical leadership to other members of the engineering team.
- Experience with bench testing, characterization and debug of analog/mixed-mixed signal circuits using test/measurement equipment and computer software.

- Strong technical communications skills including verbal and writing skills.

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