Graduate Electronics Engineer (25379)
If you’re an electronics engineering graduate with at least one relevant internship during your time at university and your degree completed, have a look at this challenging role in an early-stage (2019) start-up.
You’ll be an enthusiastic graduate electronics engineer who has the confidence to join this core team in developing a multidisciplinary product used in biotechnology applications, primarily in cell therapies. Your electronics knowledge will enable you to work on the design and development of innovative real-time control systems, using skills such as electronics design, microcontroller programming, FPGA programming and system testing. The outcome of your work will allow wider lab access to faster experimentation, leading to improved results for clinicians and researchers.
The requirements are:-
- Good degree from a highly ranked world-class university in electronics engineering
- Evidence of digital and analogue electronics circuit design; projects working with sensors and actuators would be of particular interest
- An enthusiastic approach to design, with a strong team-working ethic
- Appreciation of embedded software
- Evidence of relevant internship
This is a superb opportunity to join this exciting start-up venture at an early stage; you will work in a small and innovative team, solving tough technical problems. The company has strong financial backing with a management team who bring experience in developing leading edge technology.
Keywords: digital circuit design, analogue, sensors, actuators, electronics, PCB, embedded C, life sciences, 2019 graduate, internships, Cambridge.
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.