Open position

Myoung Jin ([email protected])
Mon, 21 Apr 1997 16:17:31 -0700 (MST)

Pacific Numerix Corporation (PNC) has an immediate opening for an
experienced engineer in our contract services group. This individual will
perform design analysis for a wide range of customers using the PNC signal
integrity design toolset.

PNC's electrical and mechanical analysis and simulation tools are the
most advanced available today. They provide a seamless
multi-disciplinary solution to advanced customers. The signal integrity
analysis tool incorporates a true full three-dimensional parasitic
extractor that allows for the accurate analysis of power and ground bounce
effects. The unique capabilities of PNC's toolset provide the ability to
analyze many different types of designs, from boards with no power or
ground planes to the highest speed boards, and from automotive electronics
to deep sub-micron ICs.

Pacific Numerix Corporation is located in the beautiful and affordable
resort city of Scottsdale, Arizona. PNC offers a generous compensation
package, a great work environment, and a fabulous opportunity to grow and
expand as a professional. If you are interested, please email your resume
to [email protected] (attention of Ms. Sherry Burns), or send your letter of
inquiry to Ms. Sherry Burns, Administrative Manager, Pacific Numerix
Corporation, 7333 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, Suite 280, Scottsdale, AZ
85258. All inquiries will, of course, be held in the strictest


At least a BSEE with solid technical background (5+ years of experience)
in the design of high-speed digital systems including the following: clock
and power distribution, timing, transmission-line and power/ground noise
analysis, packaging analysis, I/O buffer design, system interconnect
design, and emission control.

Strong experience with analog circuit simulation (SPICE);

Ability to work with minimal supervision;

Experience working with senior designers on many different types of projects;

Comfortable working with many different types of EDA tools;

Familiarity with Unix and/or NT systems and some programming or scripting
experience a plus.

Myoung Gyou Jin, Ph.D.,
Vice President of Technology,
Pacific Numerix Corporation