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Idealistic Electronics Engineer (23765)

£ DoE

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Handheld Devices, Sensors, Digital Design, Make a REAL Difference!

Our client, a tech start-up with big ambition, is developing biometric systems that help to improve lives in the developing world.

They are urgently seeking an experienced Electronics Engineer to join their team. Having developed an affordable, high quality biometric scanner that can function in challenging environments, they are expanding their product range into related areas. Your role will be to drive the hardware development and help coordinate our client’s technical partners along the path from prototype to high-volume manufacture.

As the role develops, you’ll work with the embedded software team, explore emerging technologies and take a lead on a range of exciting new projects as the company grows.

Technical skills sought:

  • Electronic product design
  • Experience taking a product from design to manufacturing
  • Basic embedded C skills
  • Ideally, medical devices or sensors experience

In terms of personal qualities, you love learning and can pick things up quickly, you’re flexible (it’s a small company) and fired up by what they do.

This is a truly unique opportunity to work in a fabulous environment with other talented, passionate people and build great technology that actually makes a real, important difference.

Contact ECM Selection directly now for full details.

Keywords: Electronics Engineer, scanner, sensors, medical devices, DfM, manufacturing, embedded C, digital electronics, Cambridge