Software Engineer in Instrumentation (26178)
This start-up designs complex instrumentation used by major electronics companies to help create new consumer and connectivity products. With an interesting and varied mix of development projects to work on, they are keen to recruit a bright engineer to join their team. A strong academic background in physics or engineering will allow you to grasp the underlying physical processes, and good skills in C++ and Verilog will be needed for designing electronics and control software.
This is a varied role, as you would be involved in all aspects of the company’s technology as well as broader business activities. Tasks may include designing analog and digital circuits, developing embedded software. You will also liaise with customers, and this may involve occasional overseas visits when circumstances allow.
You will need:
- A strong academic background with a 1st class degree in physics or other applicable STEM subject from a leading university, backed up by top grades in maths and physics at A level (or overseas equivalent).
- Good understanding of electronics and low-level communications.
- Strong coding skills in C++ and Verilog
- Full existing right to work in the UK without restriction, time limit, or sponsorship
This Cambridge-based company are working remotely at present, but will continue to offer flexibility in the long term.
Keywords: Analog, Digital, Verilog, C++, Embedded, RF, Start-up, Cambridge
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