Design Engineer - Power Management ICs

Title Design Engineer - Power Management ICs
Company Intersil

Dallas, TX


This is an opportunity to join a dynamic team within one of Intersil's fastest growing Design Centers located in Dallas, TX. This Design Center is a strategic site for the Company and it continues attract top talent. Design and develop products that have an impact on the overall success of the company as Intersil positions itself to outgrow the competition.

Products will be power management circuits implemented on an assortment of BiCMOS and CMOS processes. This includes complex chips that possess multiple power handling blocks along with digital control circuitry for products including, but not limited to: Linear Regulators, Switching Regulators, DC/DC Converters, Opamps, Voltage References and Hot Plug Controllers.


Specifically, we are looking for an experienced designer with analog IC design experience in high-efficiency power management.  The candidate must have designed complex chips that may include multiple power handling blocks along with digital control circuitry.  The candidate should have direct experience on chip planning, understanding device parasitic actions, and layout tradeoffs. Knowledge of end-applications and Product definition are required.   Knowledge of Cadence tools is a plus. Analytical approach to problem solving is a must. Good communication and leadership skill are required.  Must be able to act as a mentor and develop other junior designers within the group. 

Must have direct design experience with several of the following: op amps, switching regulators, linear regulators, battery chargers, voltage supervisors with proven product release record as a leading design role. Design experience in cmos/BICMOS is a must. Analog and mixed signal design in small geometry CMOS/BICMOS required.

Required Skills/Coursework Desired: BSEE/MSEE (or Ph.D) with 10+ years experience in Analog circuit design.


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