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Graduate Electronics Engineer (24014)

Cambridge
£Excellent + top benefits
Filled

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Digital Electronics, Analogue, PCB design, FPGA, ASIC, Cambridge

Summary: Top calibre Graduate Electronics Engineer for technology company, client facing, Cambridge, £graduate salary + benefits.

This successful company specialises in the development of innovative wireless technology solutions for a range of clients from blue-chip to start-up companies. They seek an insightful and ambitious graduate electronic engineer to join their team working across digital and analogue electronics.

You will be involved in challenging technical conundrums, from high volume portable devices through to complex high-performance systems. Working alongside a small group of highly-skilled and supportive colleagues, you can expect to be given a good level of responsibility from an early stage.

You must have an outstanding academic background, with a top class degree in electronics engineering from a leading university and A*/A grades at A level. Candidates with higher degrees are also of interest. You will have a strong understanding of engineering with the ability to tackle problems from first principles.

Successful candidates will also have relevant work placements or personal projects that display an enthusiasm for electronics as well as initiative and creativity. An interest in any or all of PCB design, FPGA/ASIC design, digital electronics, analogue electronics will be evident.

This company will offer a broad range of rewarding and challenging projects, working on real products through the whole electronic design cycle, from concept through to transfer to manufacture.

Keywords: 1st, digital electronics, Cambridge, PCB design, FPGA, ASIC, analogue.

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