Burlington Design Center
Linear Technology’s Burlington, Vermont Design Center is one of 12 remote design centers. In operation since March of 2002, the staff of the Burlington site has recently moved into its new state-of-the-art, 5,000 square foot facility. The office suite has spectacular views in two directions of beautiful Lake Champlain and the surrounding mountains. The Burlington design center has immediate openings for senior level, analog and mixed-signal IC designers.
The Burlington design center currently employs more than a dozen engineers and the average design experience is greater than 17 years.
Burlington offers a lower cost of living and a quality of life unrivaled in other high-tech opportunities. The city of Burlington, VT is located directly on the shores of Lake Champlain, the sixth largest fresh water lake in the United States. Lake Champlain is 120 miles long with an area of 435 square miles. The lake provides the boarder of northern Vermont’s Green Mountains and New York states Adirondacks. Seven ski areas are accessible within 50 miles of Burlington with many more located throughout New England, New York and eastern Canada.
Burlington’s metropolitan area population is greater than 150,000 people. Burlington International Airport is serviced by 7 major air lines. Driving distances to other nearby cities: Boston, MA 215 miles, 3.5 Hours. Montreal, Canada 95 miles, 1.5 hours, New York City, 350 miles, 6 hours. To learn more about the greater Burlington area visit the Chamber of Commerce web site.
Popular outdoor recreation activities include: golf (10 courses), yacht clubs/marinas (12), hiking/camping, cycling, fishing, water skiing, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, ice fishing and boating. Summer high temperatures reach the 80’s while the cold winter months of Dec – Feb average in the 20’s.
If an avalanche of accolades and awards is any measure, Burlington and the Lake Champlain Region have to be one of Vermont’s, if not the nation's, most desirable relocation destinations. Built on a hillside overlooking Lake Champlain, Burlington has a cosmopolitan flair that is complemented by one of the lowest crime rates and best air-quality measures in the nation.
In 2003, SELF magazine named Burlington "The healthiest City in America"; in 1999, the Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E) ranked Burlington Number One in its list of "Top Ten Cities That Have It All"; and in 2005, Worldwide ERC and Primacy Relocation called Burlington "One of the Best Cities for Relocating Families."
Families will be impressed that Vermont’s school system ranks among the top in the nation and the towns of Essex and South Burlington school districts rank at the top in the state.