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Graduate Electronics Engineer for Robotics (23744)

£competitive plus excellent benefits

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Digital and Analogue Electronics, FPGAs, Embedded, DSP, Control Systems

Working within a multi-disciplinary team with a dynamic company developing medical technology that will benefit people worldwide.

With a good degree in Engineering, Physics or related discipline, you can demonstrate a solid grasp of electronics and software engineering fundamentals, as applied to real time systems. You’ll be a great team player capable of producing top quality work.

Specifically you’re likely to have some (ideally all!) of the following:

  • A good fundamental understanding of analogue electronics and the underlying physics
  • Familiarity with digital electronic design process (eg FPGA design)
  • An appreciation of signal processing / real time control theory would be advantageous
  • Basic understanding of embedded programming with C

This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a dynamic development environment working on world-leading, important technology.

Contact ECM Selection directly now for full details of this exciting opportunity.

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