Design Engineer - Digital Video Specialist (24634)
A rare and exciting opportunity with an industry-leading pioneer of digital technology.
Our client, an award winning leading light in digital imaging, is looking to expand its team of highly skilled and experienced development engineers. The company is leading the vanguard of its field and has been internationally recognised for its technological achievements. The Design Engineer will become part of a small, friendly and innovative team based Newmarket, just east of Cambridge. They will be involved in product development from concept to manufacturing and support of existing products, products which are sought after by experts and those who are trying to achieve excellence and precision in their work.
The right candidate for the role of Design Engineer will have at least two years of experience in a commercial environment and will have good, in-depth knowledge of the following:
- Digital Video Processing
- VHDL for FPGA design
- The use of embedded microprocessors
- PCB schematic hardware design and Xilinx toolsets
- High speed serial interfacing
Additionally, the Design Engineer will be expected to trouble-shoot and analyse issues, be able to communicate highly detailed and technical issues in a simple, clear and concise manner; and of course, they will be a great team player.
You will need a good degree from a top university and strong A-level grades, and full permission to live and work in the UK without time limit, restriction or sponsorship.
Keywords: VHDL, FPGA, Xilinix, digital video processing, Design Engineer
Interested? Send your CV to ECM Selection; whilst we can only put forward the top few candidates, we do read every CV and try to respond to everyone. Or recommend a friend for £250, details at http://ecmselection.co.uk/tell-a-friend.
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.