Senior Principal Analog/Power Management IC Designer

Location: Santa Clara CA
Fulltime Direct Hire
Looking for a talented analog/mixed-signal design engineer who will contribute to the definition, design, verification and silicon validation of IC products in a well-established design team responsible for highly integrated power-management ICs in Wireless Charging applications. 
Performance Objectives:
  • Design and verification of low-power Op-amps, low noise references, high-performance amplifiers, and analog circuits used in power supplies (LDOs and DCDC converters)

  • Transistor level analog circuit design with CMOS, Bipolar and BiCMOS

  • Custom digital circuit design for logic function, signal processing, and control

  • Mixed-signal design verification of IC function blocks

  • Chip-level design verification with advanced EDA tools and techniques

  • Work with physical design engineers to layout circuits to minimize parasitics and noise

  • Perform testing and validation of the fabricated IC products

  • Develop product specification and application notes for IC products



  • 10+ years hands-on experience related to analog/mixed-signal IC design
  • Involved with all phases of IC design and simulation, layout, test, and evaluation
  • Proficient with Cadence tools and AMS simulation techniques
  • Experienced in circuit modeling for design verification
  • Familiar with behavioral modeling with tools such as Simulink, MATLAB, and Verilog AMS
  • Experienced and knowledgeable in I/O and ESD
  • Software skill: VerilogA, Matlab/Simulink, Windows/Unix/Linux
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Highly motivated, excellent team spirit, product and customer oriented, strong ownership and openness
  • Experience and familiarity with IC tapeout at foundry is a plus
  • Direct experience in Wireless Charging design is a plus


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