RF Consultants (22908)
Summary: Outstanding and ambitious RF Engineers required, top technology company, Cambridge, to £50,000+ benefits.
This high growth department in this innovative technology company seeks high calibre RF Engineers who, working with experienced colleagues, will take the lead in specifying, designing and delivering complex wireless devices and RF subsystems. You will have the opportunity to develop leading edge communications technologies and devices and help create new business in a wide range of markets such as medical devices, satellite communications, and the Internet of Things. You will be able to work with customers ranging from global blue chips to regulators such as Ofcom and ambitious start-ups. You can be involved in an exciting range of projects and client engagements, helping you expand your skills and interests in areas such as business development, project leadership, emerging technologies, and involvement in the many markets in which we and our customers operate.
You must have a 1st or Upper 2nd first degree or higher from a leading university in electrical/electronic or RF engineering, or in physics with a strong applied element. You will have a strong understanding of the fundamentals of microwave and RF engineering and digital communications; hands-on experience with RF circuits and test equipment; the ability to communicate technical concepts and the value of your work clearly and confidently; and a desire to develop new skills and to take increasing responsibilities. At a more senior level you will also have a track record of designing RF circuits or systems and be able to lead and a drive to succeed.
You will also have experience in several of the following: Antenna design and engineering; Design and simulation tools such as ADS, Altium, ANSYS, COMSOL, CST Studio, Labview, MATLAB, Microwave Office or Simulink; Developing your own models, software tools or tests; ASIC, MMIC or RFIC specification and design, or appreciation of current practice; Common communications standards and systems, such as cellular, W-Fi, Bluetooth, or satellite, or emerging systems like IoT and 5G; Advanced techniques such as Doherty, envelope tracking, digital pre-distortion and software defined radio; Novel or unusual wireless technologies or applications; Knowledge of radio regulatory requirements; Product development for volume manufacture; Project management and team leadership; and / or Building, making or designing things in your spare time.
Keywords: RF, 1st, 2.1, PhD, Cambridge.
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