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Principal Electronics Engineer (21616)

Cambridge
to £65k

Analogue, Power Electronics, Low Noise, ASIC

As Principal Electronics Engineer you will be working on cutting edge technology developments. Projects are varied and will involve significant technical challenge and you will be working in a fast paced environment, often to tight deadlines.
This position will offer you the opportunity to be involved in all stages of the development lifecycle, from initial concept generation through to final delivery and support, and you will be expected to take a technical leadership role.
To meet the demanding requirements of this role you will have an excellent undergraduate degree in electronics and you will have significant experience in an electronic engineering role with a proven track record of design leadership and technical authority.
You will have well rounded electronics experience, with a particular focus on analogue electronics.
Practical knowledge in the medical electronics sector is useful for this role but not essential.
You will have excellent collaborative skills along with the ability and enthusiasm to mentor less experienced staff.
You will be a confident communicator and have strong client-facing skills. The role may include some travel.
Specific expertise in the following areas would be advantageous:

  • Low noise design techniques for sensor interfacing
  • Low power design techniques, including ASIC design
  • Analogue modelling and simulation tools
  • Power electronics, including power supply design and motor control
  • Design for manufacture, test, cost and reliability
  • Multidisciplinary system design skills
  • A working knowledge of medical electronics standards
    Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.