Intel Analog Engineer in Hillsboro, Oregon
Candidate will be part of the MIG hard IP organization, within the ACES team that is chartered with delivering high-speed mixed-signal security circuits (RNG, PUF) solutions for all of Intel's major SoCs. Given the vast scope of product usage space and the importance of security in today's hardware ecosystem, we must design robust analog circuits to meet and exceed the security requirements for all Intel products.
In this position, the candidate will be a mixed-signal design lead, driving circuit design solutions across multiple process nodes. This work includes, but not limited to:
� Confidence in hands-on transistor design and static timing analysis.
� Designs, develops, modifies and evaluates complex analog and mixed signal electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for analog and mixed signal electronic equipment and other hardware systems.
� Determining creative design approaches and parameters. Analyzes equipment to establish operating data.
� Conducting experimental tests and evaluates results. Applies and uses independent evaluation to selects components and equipment based on analysis of specifications and reliability.
� Bsc in electrical engineering.
� Minimum of 3 year's experience with collateral related to: analog circuit design, custom layout, and post-silicon validation.
� Minimum of 3 year experience in silicon design and validation.
Preferred Requirements (nice to have):
� Masters degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
� Experience with security circuitry blocks
� RTL design and backend experience desired
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....