Graduate Hardware Engineer: Electronics / Embedded (23496)
This exciting and focussed company develops state-of-the-art electronic analysis, control, and scoring products used in top-flight competitive sports and professional assessment. With a modern R&D environment, as well as dedicated and specialised testing facilities, this is an excellent opportunity for a graduate to directly contribute to some exciting projects on a world stage, whilst gaining familiarity with commercial electronics development in a supportive environment.
Successful candidate CVs will need to demonstrate:
- a strong technical background, with good A-levels, and undergraduate qualifications in electronics or hardware engineering from a top university;
- familiarity working with low level development at, or close to, board level electronics;
- knowledge of embedded C, with experience in micro-processor programming;
- design, prototyping and hardware testing / troubleshooting of electronic circuits.
Successful candidates will enjoy a high-degree of autonomy, working closely with a more senior mentor / supervisor, and should show an enthusiastic and proactive attitude to new projects. A small amount of customer-interaction is expected in this role, and candidates will need to show good communication skills, and ideally already possess a driving licence.
Candidates must already have permission to work in the UK without any restrictions or the need for company sponsorship. Due to the sensitive nature of some of our client’s work, they have a preference for applications from UK nationals to be able to work on all projects within this company.
On offer to the candidate of the right calibre is a competitive salary and benefits package, working in a modern R&D space in picturesque countryside a short distance from Royal Tunbridge Wells, being able to contribute to novel and exciting projects in a supportive and autonomous environment. This role will be ideal for someone who has a tangible passion for electronics / embedded development, already with a string of independent hobby projects and interest in Arduinos, Raspberry Pis or similar evidenced in your CV. Get in touch to find out more about this exciting opportunity!
Keywords: graduate, 2016, 2017, electronics, embedded, C, microprocessor, Kent, London
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