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Electronics Engineer, Graduate or Junior (26432)

Cambridge (south)
£35k to £45k plus super benefits

Variety of digital design projects with interesting technical challenges

This expanding company work on a range of projects using cutting-edge technological exploration. These projects are primarily within high-speed digital electronics, and can also involve analogue electronics, PCB technologies, RF engineering as well as FPGA firmware and embedded software. The aim of the projects is to increase the country’s ability to withstand technological and cyber threats.

The successful Electronics Engineer will work as part of a team of electronics, software and machine learning engineers. This affords the opportunity to continue to develop and learn new skills whilst using existing knowledge to help improve the security of society in general.

Requirements:-

  • Excellent degree in electronics engineering (or similar) from a highly-ranked university.
  • Knowledge of at least two of: high-speed digital design, PCB technologies, analogue design, power electronics and RF electronics. This could be within a commercial or academic setting.
  • Ability to gain UK security clearance (UK national only).
  • Good communicator who enjoys working with external and internal clients.
  • Enthusiasm for working on challenging technical problems.

This is an excellent opportunity to work on technically interesting projects as part of a team of skilled engineers. The company’s evolution offers you the freedom to develop your career.

Keywords: Digital, Analogue, RF, PCB, Cybersecurity, Defence, UK National, Embedded, Cambridge

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