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Summary

Agile Analog is a Cambridge (UK) based deep tech company that is developing a software platform to revolutionise the way analog electronic circuits are designed in microchips. We are growing quickly to become one of the world’s leading companies in our sector. Using our innovative software technology, we can design analog circuits faster, to a higher quality, and on any silicon process. Our products will improve and speed up the development of microchips for a wide variety of applications including AI & Machine-Learning, IoT, Automotive and Security.

Using the breadth of knowledge you have developed as a Digital Designer, you will be helping us disrupt methodologies that have been unchanged for generations. We are looking for someone who can be highly proficient at working in a cross-functional team of software and hardware engineers, with the ability to be a self-starter.

About you

We are looking for somebody with experience in:

  •    ASIC, not just FPGA
  •    Getting designs into production
  •    Verily (not VHDL or SystemC)
  •    Getting designs into production

In addition, the ideal candidate will:

  • Basic data management skills- archiving, revision control (subversion, git, RCS)
  • Interest in learning about analog interfaces
  • Understanding of full digital development flows- from RTL design, DV, synth, STA, PnR
  • Python or other software language skills 

Our Benefits

We offer competitive salaries and a range of benefits for everyone including:

  •    A friendly, safe and inclusive working environment
  •    Flexible work hours to fit around your personal commitments
  •    Professional development and professional society membership
  •    25 days’ annual leave
  •    Company pension scheme
  •    Private health insurance
  •    Life Assurance
  •    Cycle-to-work scheme
  •    Employee Assistance Programme – free wellbeing and health services
  •    Fresh fruit, tea and coffee in our offices

Office address

Milton Hall, Cambridge, UK

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