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FPGA Electronics Engineer
Title: FPGA Electronics Engineer
Category: IT/Software Development
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £40,000.00 - £60,000.00
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FPGA Electronics Engineer Cambridge

FPGA engineer required: This is a critical hire for the business and if you are looking for a role with more scope and freedom you’ll like this one! 

The company are working hard for the product release, and this role will enable you to take some responsibility (along with other senior members), for the design and direction. 

The company will allow freedom to research new ideas, approaches, technologies. The product has not been attempted before, so there is no reference, when completed they will be pioneers of this new technology.

To be considered you’ll be comfortable working with FPGA, being responsible for RTL implementation in Verilog, Synthesis for Xilinx FPGA devices.

Capable of operating the simulation and modelling equipment. Knowledgeable with some of the following tools: VCS, Verdi-MX (Synopsys), GIT, TCL scripts, Modelsim PE, Vivado ISE.

Expect a very competitive starting salary plus a lucrative share option package too and bonus scheme. The remuneration on offer will not disappoint and neither will the role. 

If you’re looking for an opportunity to make an impact in the consumer electronics market with this revolutionary new technology, then apply now for the job description and web details. FPGA, simulation, modelling, verification, SystemVerilog.
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