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Principal Analog IC Design Engineer

About Danger Devices

DangerDevices Inc. is a growing, fabless semiconductor start-up headquartered in Menlo Park, California. We aim to deliver best-in-class products to our customers with industry-leading design cycle times. We do that with our revolutionary, modernized approach focusing on software to increase productivity in all areas from integrated circuit design all the way to testing and data analysis.

Contribute to our industry leading team of circuit experts and software specialists. We are actively looking for Analog Integrated Circuit Engineers to strengthen our team.

  • Danger Devices is looking for strong IC Analog Designers with strong foundation in CMOS analog design
  • Act as a technical lead to create and support analog designs from design definition all the way to complete signoff quality for mass production
  • Work closely with analog/RF circuit design experts and software developers to develop generators for designs across multiple technology nodes
  • Grow with our team of 25+ people comprised of industry leading analog / RF experts in a dynamic start-up environment

  • Bachelor’s Degree, Masters, or Ph.D in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
  • Twelve (12) or more years of relevant design experience
  • Experience designing analog circuits such as bandgap references, comparators, DACs, ADCs, level shifters, op-amps
  • Knowledge of feedback theory, loop and noise analysis
  • Strong proficiency in circuit layout and layout techniques
  • Track record and significant tape-out experience
  • Ability to mentor less experienced engineers
  • Proficiency with Cadence tools
  • Avid and curious learner, strong interpersonal skills, self-starter and a team player
  • Extensive experience across various technology nodes
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