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Graduate Electronics Inventor (22678)

Cambridge
to £35k OTE
Filled

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Graduate Electronics Inventor, Electronics Engineering, innovation, Cambridge

Are you looking to start your career in electronic engineering? Not sure which areas to focus on. Why not go for this truly broad inventive role? You will be a creative and free thinker, able to take innovative ideas and apply them in a novel way.

This dynamic technical consultancy works with blue-chip clients, presenting innovative ideas for product research and development. They need a bright individual with a broad understanding of electronics and electrical engineering. In general, you will be a complete technophile who enjoys their own creative technical projects as well as keeping up to date with engineering trends across different market sectors. Evidence of extra-curricular technical projects would be a major plus.

For this Graduate Electronics Inventor position they seek three key attributes:

  • Top quality degree (at least 2.1) in electronics engineering from a world leading university
  • Genuine interest in technology with your own innovative slant
  • Good ability to communicate technical concepts

Working with this group of ambitious and creative technologists, you will be able to express your thoughts clearly and explain new and exciting technical ideas both verbally and in writing. In return you will be part of an exciting consultancy working in an international sphere, with commensurate salary and benefits. Within the first year of working for this company you can expect your name to be listed as the inventor on numerous patent applications.

Keywords: Graduate Electronics Inventor, Electronics Engineering, Computer Science, innovation, inventive, Cambridge

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