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Consultant Electronics Engineer (22127)

£highly competitive

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Digital, Analogue, ASIC/FPGA, Embedded, Good Communicator Needed

Our client is an expanding, highly professional and award-winning technical consultancy developing state of the art new products. They offer a stimulating work environment in an exceptional location close to Cambridge, with excellent benefits and career development prospects.

Due to growth, they are now seeking a Consultant Electronics Engineer.

Working within our client's multidisciplinary teams on major development projects, you will be responsible for developing electronic designs for a range of products and processes in the healthcare, consumer and industrial sectors. Your challenge is to solve some of the most intractable of problems. In return your ingenuity will be rewarded with the satisfaction of seeing your ground-breaking new creations launched in the market, making a real difference.


  • 1st or 2:1 degree in Electronics Engineering or similar, from a leading university
  • Strong technical abilities in a number of the following areas: digital and analogue electronics, firmware, FPGA/ASIC development, software development, power supply design, microcontrollers, signal processing, control systems
  • Evidence of, or potential for, project leadership
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Contact us now for full details.

Keywords: Cambridgeshire, electronics engineer, consultant, firmware, FPGA, ASIC, analogue, digital, software engineering, C, MATLAB, power supply, microcontrollers, PIC, signal processing, DSP, control theory,
electronics engineering, consultancy, Cambridge