Are you an Electronics Engineer who likes to include elements of DSP in your designs?
The challenge is to take raw high frequency signals from a MEMS device and create a model / algorithm for the device to provide physical, electrical and gravitational information. The existing team has brought on the project to a stage where it needs your commercial experience to assist in the areas where you are strongest. There is flexibility how you split the work between you the existing hardware/DSP engineer. The company has started field trails but there is still significant design work to complete.
As an Electronics Engineer with an excellent technical degree from a world-leading university, you will also be able to offer commercial experience in the following areas:
- Familiarity with designing signal processing algorithms
- Board-level mixed signal electronics design
- Design experience of low-noise electronics design, assembly, packaging and test
- PCB prototyping and debugging
In addition any of the following would be beneficial:
- Understanding the impact of high-temperature environments on electronics design
- Experience working with MEMS devices
- Engineering analysis including FMEA and DFMA
- Principles of FPGA hardware language design using RTL (VHDL preferred)
This is an excellent opening to work in a small company where the original founders are still involved at the technical level. They are currently utilising Cambridge University facilities with plans to move to their own office next year. They are well funded from several sources including a major player in the oil industry and share options are being offered. There are opportunities to gain customer exposure from time to time with some overseas travel.
Keywords: PCB / FPGA / DSP design, high temperature electronics, start-up, Cambridge
Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.