The Senior Analog Design Engineer responsibilities include research, design, develop and test of electronic equipment and systems at GDMS including: radar and radiation detection equipment, communications equipment and systems, circuitry components, analog and digital computers, and control and test equipment.
In this role, you will analog transistor/gate level design and simulation; chip architecture, floorplanning, and simulation; behavioral modeling of IP; custom layout/place and route/verification; lab evaluation.
In this role, you will analyze and organize project data with accuracy, neatness, and timeliness while utilizing appropriate software applications. He / She will also prepare and assist with developing project computations, estimates, surveys, statistics, and designs.
In this role, you will be responsible for working with Clients, Account Executives, Construction Managers, Electricians, and associated building disciplines to gather their AV business needs and design a solution that meets those needs.
In this role, you will design documentation, RTL design, coding and simulation, timing constraints, synthesis, verification, static timing analysis, SCAN, BIST, ATPG, place and route, physical verification, hardware evaluation and characterization.
In this role, you will complete design and production efforts for signing, pavement marking, traffic signals, ITS and signal systems, signal system timing, and many other related traffic engineering services with minimal oversight.
In this role, the selected candidate will prepare engineering drawings and production design development for quotations/proposals following customer specifications, for small power and/or distribution transformers.
In this role, you will focus on family / work / life balance and fabulous benefits for the employee and their family! Great retirement, family - oriented culture, flexible work schedules and a passion for cutting edge technology are all great reasons to explore this further.