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Senior Electronics Engineer (24714)

Cambridge
to £55k (DoE) + top benefits
Filled

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Analogue and digital electronics background development for motorsports and automotive

This successful Cambridge company has developed electronic systems and solutions used in automotive sectors and motorsports worldwide. Their products are used in multiple applications – from improving passenger safety and comfort, through to performance optimisation and analysis in high-profile sporting events at F1 and WRC races.

They are seeking an experienced Senior Electronics Engineer to join their established team, specialising in video and data systems for the next generation of vehicles. As well as a good academic background (2.1 Hons or better) in Electronics Engineering or related subject from a top-ranking university, candidate CVs will need to demonstrate good knowledge of most of:

  • analogue and digital design experience, from concept to detailed design;
  • high-speed and high-bandwidth systems;
  • automotive and serial interfaces: I²C, SPI, CAN, FLEXRAY, and similar;
  • sensors, DSP, amplifiers, filters and A/D and D/A conversion;
  • communications protocols (Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth);
  • power electronics, including motors and actuators;
  • circuit simulation, tolerance and rating analyses and EMC.
    Candidates will also need to have existing permission to work in the UK, without restrictions or the need for sponsorship.

The successful Senior Electronics Engineer will enjoy a competitive remuneration package, working in a dedicated and modern R&D space just outside Cambridge. You’ll be working alongside like-minded bright engineers, developing technologies and products that will be used by people around the world.

If this sounds like the role for you, don’t hesitate to apply now. Or why not recommend a friend for the opportunity to gain £250 – see details at http://www.ecmselection.co.uk/tell-a-friend. Whilst we can only progress applications from closely matching candidates, we do read every application and try to respond to everyone.

Keywords: electronics, automotive, analogue, digital, DSP, high-speed, Cambridge

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