Analog Design Engineer, High Voltage, Munich

Analog Design Engineer, High Voltage, Munich


We are searching for an analog design engineer to work in the challenging field of high-voltage, high-current design. The role will be responsible for the design of high-voltage ICs up to 600V for various industrial and consumer applications, such as motor control, mains power supplies, gate drivers, etc.


The role as the Analog Design Engineer, High Voltage will include:


*       Die size estimates, technology and package choice

*       Design and verification of analog modules

*       Layout supervision

*       Design documentation

*       Silicon lab evaluation and validation, including PCB development support

*       Design for quality, design for test and qualification

*       Supporting other groups in test, qualification, and release to production and ramp to volume of the IC


The ideal candidate for this role as an Analog Design Engineer, High Voltage will have the following profile:


*       Electrical engineers degree (Master’s degree) with 5+ years experience in areas below

*       Excellent team player within the design team as well as within cross functional teams

Experience as an Analog Design Engineer

*       High-voltage, high-current design knowledge in areas such as gate drivers, motor control, inductive switching and ACDC, DCDC switch mode power supply voltage regulators

*       Strong system/application understanding of high-voltage applications and various complex supply architectures

*       Strong BiCMOS/CMOS process and device physics knowledge, combined with in-depth layout knowledge, ESD and parasitic component understanding

*       Experience in high-voltage, high-current PCB design and lab evaluation

*       Analog IC design skills in areas such as bandgaps, amplifiers, comparators, ADCs, DACs, linear voltage regulators, etc., are a plus

*       Software tools such as Cadence Analog Artist/Virtuoso, SPICE, etc.


Analog Design Engineer, High Voltage, Munich


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