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Physical Design Engineer - Back End - 6 Month Contract

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Location Wiltshire, England Salary
Sector Engineering Type contract

I currently have a role that I believe might suit you based in Wiltshire on a 6 month Contract basis.

  • Experienced top-level designer Physical back end Design Engineer.
  • The role of the Digital Physical Design Engineer will be to focus on the full RTL to GDSII flow of large complex designs.
  • Need to be experienced either in creating hard macros & or taking SoC design from RTL synthesis through to foundry ready tapeout (GDSII).
  • It's a 28nm project and need experience of full chip integration and signoff.
  • Someone to handle complex hierarchical chip integration in ICC2.
  • Take responsibility for driving timing closure through physical synthesis and Place & Route tools, and working closely with ASIC vendors.
  • Drive best-practice physical design and sub-micron methodologies to streamline physical design work. You must be well versed in: · Block level implementation including physical synthesis, P&R, CTS and optimization · Timing constraints, STA and timing closure · Physical Design Verification Flows · Floor planning, P&R and synthesis tools (Synopsys or Cadence considered)"

I apologise if this doesn't perfectly fit your skillset, but I do cover off multiple areas of the ASIC Design and Verification market, so if you are looking for contract work please reach out and we can have a chat to discuss what I can do for you. Unfortunately we do not offer sponsorship so you must have a valid UK Work permit for me to place you in any roles.

Please get in contact in any of the above is of interest.

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