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Graduate Electronics Engineer (24958)

Cambridge
£Graduate plus excellent benefits

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Start your electronics career on real projects in superb surroundings

Looking for a graduate role where you will apply your existing electronics knowledge and strive to overcome fresh technical dilemmas? Look no further – this role gives you the opportunity to work on cutting edge technology, taking products from concept through to manufacture. You will be part of a real project team from day one where your contribution will be valued; equally, your colleagues will provide excellent support in facing the novel challenges ahead.

This client works in a range of application areas so a broad skill-set will be appreciated. Examples of their projects include complex robotic systems, precision sensing systems and high-speed DNA analysis.

Requirements:

  • An excellent academic record including 1st or 2.1 degree from a world class university in electronics or similar engineering subject and top A level grades (A and A*).
  • Evidence of an enthusiasm for electronics –projects you have pursued outside your studies are of particular interest.
  • Good knowledge of digital and analogue electronics; communicating between devices; embedded systems.
  • Some programming knowledge e.g. embedded C, Python.

This client is based in superb offices in Cambridge and offers an excellent salary with good benefits including bonus and yearly appraisals. There are excellent opportunities for personal development with extensive training provided.

Keywords; Graduate electronics engineer, digital, analogue, filters, signal processing, PCB design, mixed signal, connectivity, embedded C, 1st.

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