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Graduate Embedded Engineer (26675)

To £40k DoE

Developing products and devices using FPGAs and embedded software

This growing Cambridge start-up are developing advanced instrumentation to support product development within the electronics industry. They work with household-name multinationals to help them bring the next generation of consumer projects to life, and they already have a market-leading product in production. They are now looking to expand their team to support their development of future features and devices.
This role is open to recent graduates, but experienced candidates will also be considered.

You will need:

  • A 1st class degree in Electronics, Computer Science, or other relevant subject from a top-ranked university
  • Coding skills in C and C++ and an understanding of digital electronics design
  • An interest in embedded development, using FPGAs, and wireless protocols.
  • Full existing right to work in the UK without restriction, time limit, or sponsorship

This role will initially focus on embedded and FPGA development, but can evolve as the company grows. You will be joining a small team of expert engineers working on challenging, multi-faceted problems, so the work should be interesting and there is plenty of scope to grow your technical skillset.

The role is based in the company’s Cambridge office with part of the time-time home working where practical. There is scope for occasional international travel to represent the company.

Interested? Send your CV to ECM Selection; we do read every CV and try to respond to everyone. Or recommend a friend for £250, details at http://ecmselection.co.uk/tell-a-friend.

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