Electronics Engineer (24929)
This company develops novel hardware solutions in a range of application areas from medical implants to in-flight communications. A common theme is that the work is intellectually challenging and involves working at all stages of development, from concept through to manufacturing. The work is technically rewarding and offers the opportunity to add to your knowledge base, working alongside equally enthused colleagues.
You must have robust technical knowledge, starting with a first or 2.1 degree in electronic engineering (or similar) from a highly ranked world-class university. Your electronics education will have prepared your path to become a creative and enthusiastic engineer, able to take hardware from the initial invention stage through to analysis, computational modelling, prototype design, testing in the lab, then process development and high-volume manufacturing.
The purpose-built offices provide a welcoming working environment, complete with excellent lab facilities. The company presents excellent opportunities to develop both your technical knowledge and commercial abilities, and will support you in your chosen career path.
Your CV must show evidence of your enthusiasm for electronics, whether through internships, personal projects, or commercial experience.
High speed digital, Analogue, Instrumentation, PCB, Sensors, Wireless communications, DSP, VLSI, Project management.
If this sounds like you, get in touch with ECM Selection – whilst we can only put forward the top few candidates, we do read every CV and try to respond to everyone, and we may have other ideas to suggest to you too.