Senior Electronics Engineer (25456)
This well established and successful company provides technology solutions to a range of clients.This new role is for a Senior Electronics Engineer to work on a broad spectrum of technically challenging projects within the aerospace and defence sector. As such, you must be in a position to obtain UK security clearance. Projects cover a diversity of applications, from air traffic control systems and commercial avionics to drone detection and holographic radar.
Whilst excellence in hardware / firmware design using high performance digital electronics is essential, you will someone who thinks beyond the electronics design itself with an ability to analyse and solve system level problems. You should ideally have a broad spectrum of skills coupled with specialism in one or more of the following:
- High-speed digital electronic design
- FPGA firmware
- RF design including antennas
- Embedded software
- Algorithm development e.g. data fusion, machine learning
- Analogue electronics
- Power electronics
You will have a strong academic background in electronics engineering and the ability to work beyond the purely technical and to encompass broader skills essential to a vibrant consulting business.
In return, the company offers an environment of exciting technical challenges, working alongside an enthusiastic group of engineers and scientists where your opinions are respected. The company provides an excellent salary with superb benefits package and the opportunity to develop your career further. The offices and labs are well-appointed with plenty of parking available for cars and bikes.
If this sounds like you, get in touch with ECM Selection – whilst we can only put forward the top few candidates, we do read every CV and try to respond to everyone, and we may have other ideas to suggest to you too.
Keywords: High speed digital design, analogue, RF, microwave, FPGA firmware, embedded software, consultancy, data fusion, power electronics, aerospace, defence, machine vision, UK security clearance, Cambridge.