Hardware Engineer in Irvine, CA

$200K - $250K(Ladders Estimates)

Broadcom   •  

Irvine, CA 92697

Industry: Telecommunications & Hardware


11 - 15 years

Posted 62 days ago

This job is no longer available.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.

Job Description:

Design and implement analog/mixed-signal circuits in advanced CMOS technology for integration in system-on-chip products;

- understand how circuits work

- develop and improve new and existing circuit solutions to simulate circuits

- present and receive technical feedback at reviews

• Design, model, document and communicate Analog IP to internal customers: o create specs

- create circuit models to define package and pc board requirements

• Characterize and debug analog designs for manufacturability:

- develop circuit test plans o testing (individually or with the DVT group)

- work alongside operations to test and do QA

• Support system and field applications engineers:

- answer internal and external customer questions

• Understand system level architectural design of broadband communication SoCs:

- participates in BU meetings to come up with solutions for specific products

• Be able to work in a group setting:

- share expertise to provide and receive feedback

- opportunity to work on a wide variety of circuits

- opportunity to interact with world-class experts in the Analog field to communicate technical issues

- work with team members to resolve technical issues

• Meet deadlines and schedules as part of a team effort

- help estimate time to accomplish tasks

- communicate progress regularly

- identify and resolve schedule issues

• Typically requires a BSEE with 12-15+ years of experience or an MSEE with 9-12+ years of experience or PhD with 6-9+ years of experience

• Verbal and written communication skills to work with & direct others in a team

• Transistor-level analog circuit design skills

• Knowledge of CMOS device operating regions & characteristics

• Knowledge of common circuit topologies used in CMOS analog circuits, particularly in circuits running at 1 GHz and above.

• Knowledge of Analog circuit design trade-offs and parameters (e.g. noise & distortion, frequency-response, mis-match, bandwidth, stability & settling limitations)

• knowledge of continuous-time & discrete-time signal processing

Valid Through: 2019-9-16