Electronics Design Engineer (26317)
This well-established company are world-leaders in the provision of high-performance, sustainable engineering solutions for a range of applications in aerospace, automotive and marine. They are growing their Cambridge engineering team, and are seeking an exceptional Electronics Design Engineer to join them.
A varied, hands-on role, this combines design and development of electronics subsystems with a high-level engineering view of overall product development. Working with a friendly and enthusiastic team of engineers based near Cambridge, you would be involved in analysis, circuit design, and devising ways of testing your creations. This is a great opportunity to work on varied and interesting engineering problems, and see your ideas progress from initial designs through to production.
You will need:
- A 1st or 2.1 degree in electrical or electronic engineering from a well-respected university
- Hardware development skills including detailed digital or analogue circuit design
- Full existing right to work in the UK without sponsorship
None of the following are individually essential, but knowledge of a good selection would benefit your application: Microprocessors / microcontrollers, high speed digital design, I2C, SPI, UART, Amplifiers, Filters, signal conditioning, CAN, LIN, FLEXRAY, Ethernet, RF, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, power electronics, motor and actuators, FPGA, PADS/ORCAD/LTSpice, Altium.
The role is based in modern offices close to Cambridge. A competitive salary and benefits package are on offer for the successful candidate.
Keywords: Digital / Analogue Design, High Speed Digital, Signal Processing, Actuator Control, Cambridge
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