Analog IC Designer - Hardware Platform – Analog IC Team

GN Hearing
Ballerup - Denmark
Published: May 17, 2017
ReSound is offering the markets most advanced digital hearing aids, based on a custom designed state-of-the art, fully programmable low power DSP Platform. Our IC department develops complete chipsets with best-in-class performance in the field of Ultra-Low-Power processing and radio communication. At the forefront of wearable IoT devices, we drive our success through constant innovation in our chipset architecture and CMOS technology.

The IC design department is part of ReSound’s Central R&D, located in Copenhagen, Denmark.

As IC Designer in the analog team, you will be involved in:
• IC block and chip-level specifications
• Ultra-Low-Power analog circuit design (DC-DC converters, battery management, data converters, frequency synthesis, radio front-ends, analog enablers for ULP digital cores)
• Analog simulation on circuit level (Spectre, Ultrasim, APS) and system level (AMS, VHDL-A/Verilog-A)
• Circuit layout & verification of nanometer CMOS designs
• Lab. evaluation & (wafer) test of ICs
• Use our EDA flow for mixed-mode design

along with a number of specialists in IC design, radio systems, audio processing, and 3D electronic assembly.

The IC Team works closely together with the 3 other teams in the HW Platform Electronics, with the common goal of defining, designing, implementing and verifying the ReSound programmable DSP platform with 2.4GHz wireless communication capabilities and cloud connectivity.

You will have the opportunity to work in a team with disciplines such as analog design, simulation & synthesis using advanced EDA tools, nanometer CMOS technologies, mixed analog-digital integration, IC physical design, verification and wafer level test.

Areas of Responsibility:
• Contribute to IC systems specifications, design, influencing architecture, design decisions, design flow and –tools
• Contribute to IC physical design & verification of mixed-mode systems
• Assist in lab. evaluation of ICs
• Assist in defining wafer level tests of analog/mixed-mode IC chips

• You hold as minimum a master degree in electronic engineering with emphasis on modern analog/mixed-mode IC design
• Interest and at least some years of experience in CMOS analog, transistor level design, circuit simulation & layout (Spice, Cadence-Spectre or similar)
• Experience with common EDA tools (Cadence, MG, Synopsys) for digital and/or mixed-mode CMOS IC development
• Know design & layout aspects in nanometer CMOS analog/mixed-mode design
• Good skills in both writing and speaking English.

Personal skills:
• You are systematic, analytical and good at problem solving.
• Team player and interested in learning and contributing with all your skills.
• Proactive and with good personal drive.
• Ability to administer own time efficient

We offer:
• A challenging position where your participation matters.
• A dynamic results- and reward-oriented international company in growth.
• A creative international research and development environment with state-of-the-art facilities in our head-quarters in Ballerup.

Want to know more?
You can read more on If you are interested in this position and would like to know more, then contact Lars J. Stenberg on +45 2135 5272 (preferably after 4.00pm)

To apply, please use the "apply" link at the website of GN ( no later than June 9th 2017 end of day.

We look forward hearing from you!

GN Hearing
People with hearing loss are at the heart of everything we do. ReSound® hearing aids help people feel more involved, connected and in control. In an ever-smarter world, we think big and challenge the norm so that we can transform lives through the power of sound. Available exclusively through audiologists and hearing care professionals.

ReSound is part of The GN Group – pioneering great sound from world-leading ReSound hearing aids to Jabra office headsets and sports headphones. Founded in 1869, employing over 5,000 people, and listed on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen, GN makes life sound better.