Mixed Signal IC Layout Designer 6072

Engineering Services Seoul, Korea

In this position, you will work closely with design engineering to complete the layout and verification of high-performance mixed-signal CMOS Integrated Circuits using Cadence Virtuoso XL and Mentor's Calibre tools, and work with circuit engineers to generate topological layouts to ensure optimal circuit performance.


  • Solving layout design issues and applying proactive intervention
  • Proactively work with design engineers to achieve efficient circuit performance
  • Design analog & mixed-signal layouts
  • Understand device matching techniques
  • Understand signal conditioning/protection techniques
  • Strong collaboration skills, including written and verbal communication
  • Outstanding layout planning and integration skills
  • Experience in routing at the block level and chip top-level using assisted/automated tools

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Associates Degree in Electronic/IC layout CAD specialization or related program and 10+ years of IC layout experience
  • Ability to layout analog circuitry in a size/time constrained environment
  • Understand layout techniques such as common centroid, matching, isolation, shielding, and the use of dummy devices
  • Solid understanding of ESD, Latch-up, STI, WPE, electro-migration, IR drop, cross-coupling capacitance, DFM, and Antenna effect
  • Ability to solve design problems while using a combination of technical skills, intuition, and creativity
  • Proficiency in floor planning activities with block assembly, and block-level routing
  • LVS trouble shooting and debug skills
  • Proven track record of working in a fast-paced team-oriented environment
  • Great teammate and works well with others

Preferred Skills and Qualifications

  • BS Degree in Electronics Engineering or related program
  • Comfortable with multiple IC design CAD tools and foundry PDKs
  • Demonstrated ability to contribute ideas for improved efficiency and automation of layout tasks
  • Knowledge of analog, digital, and mixed-signal fundamentals