Digital Design Engineer
FreeScale Semiconductor - Ridgeland, MS

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Freescale Semiconductor is the global leader in embedded processing solutions, supporting the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. From microprocessors and microcontrollers to sensors, analog ICs and connectivity — our vital technologies are the foundation to the innovations that make our world greener, safer, healthier and more connected. For more than 50 years, Freescale has played an essential role in the evolution of embedded solutions, and we want you to be a part of our next half-century. Freescale is committed to attracting great people of all styles, thoughts, cultures and backgrounds. We are driven by a culture of ownership, teamwork, and results — an engagement worldwide of more than 20,000 employees.

Freescale’s RF, Analog & Sensor Group (RASG) provides a full portfolio of innovative platform solutions that combine best-in-class software, hardware, support and manufacturing targeted at the automotive, consumer, wireless device, industrial and networking markets.

Freescale’s Sensor and Actuator Solutions Division (SASD) is among the world’s top suppliers of sensors and the number one independent automotive MEMS sensor supplier. Freescale has produced micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS)-based sensors for over 30 years and is a leading high-volume sensor provider with an extensive portfolio of MEMS acceleration and pressure sensors. Freescale has also diversified into solid-state sensors for radar, magnetic, and touch sensor applications. These sensor products serve a variety of applications in the industrial, consumer, medical, appliance and automotive markets.

RASG employs approximately 1,100 people in the Americas (including Tempe, Ridgeland, Detroit and Austin) and across the globe (including China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico and Moscow).

History of Ridgeland Design Center

The Ridgeland Design Center as part of Freescale’s Sensors and Actuator Solutions Division (SASD) focuses on Mixed-Signal ASIC as well as high performance analog IC devices.

The Ridgeland site has existed for 20+ years.

Originally known as Advanced Microelectronics, this group worked as a design contractor for Texas Instruments, AMI Semiconductor, Harris/Intersil, DOD, and others.

It was then acquired by Cadence/Tality as part of that company’s focused outsourced design foundry services and then by Motorola in 2003.

The organization spun out with Freescale in 2004 as a key design center for AMPD.

You will develop high performance mixed-signal Integrated Circuits for Consumer and Industrial applications at the Freescale Ridgeland, Mississippi, Analog/Mixed-Signal Design Center.

Candidate should be comfortable working in a cross-functional team to define, design, debug and release products to market.

You will be responsible for block definition, RTL coding, scan insertion, functional verification, synthesis, gate level simulations, layout coordination and timing closure.

You will verify the digital portion of the project at chip level using Analog-Mixed-Signal (AMS) test bench..

Qualifications

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A minimum of 5 years of industry experience in digital design is required.

Position requires knowledge of EDA tools and mixed-signal circuit design.

You will work with talented design teams where time-to-market and state-of-the-art mixed-signal solutions guarantee an exciting and educational career.

Good team-working and interpersonal skills required.

Familiarity with Cadence Encounter RTL Compiler and Virtuoso AMS Designer is a plus.

BSEE is required, MSEE or Ph.D. is preferred.

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