IT & Internet
Senior Digital System Design Engineer - Hadleigh, Suffolk
Salary: Competitive + Benefits
This Senior Digital System Design Engineer position responsible to support the maintenance and development of product.
You can expect competitive salary, depending on experience, 27 days holiday + bank holidays, 37.5 hr/weekend company pension, EAP, Life assurance x4 salary and Rewards scheme
- Responsible for the maintenance and development of the FPGA in OTDR product.
- Also provide design and development input for digital systems aspects of other product developments
- Opportunity for other electronic design and embedded systems work depending on interests.
We are keen to speak to anyone with below experience and capabilities and educated to degree level .
- Proven experience of FPGA design and development
- Experienced user of the Intel Quartus and ModelSim design environment
- Familiarity with Intel/Altera FPGA devices, particularly Cyclone V
- VHDL experience preferred but not essential
- Experience with the NiosII soft processor and associated C programming
- A positive team player with strong communication skills.
- The ability to collaborate, coordinate, show attention to detail and follow a task through to completion.
- The ability to meet demanding project deadlines is essential to success of this role including the willingness to work extra hours to meet last minute changes as required.
- Capable of managing time and multiple priorities without constant supervision.
- Strives to develop own technical skills in line with advances in technology, best practice and industry standards.
- Motivated to work unsupervised and remotely.
Our client is idealistic, ambitions and commercially one of the leading R&D companies, which is profitable without compromising ethical and environmental values. Their staff have been working in the Telecommunications industry for many years.
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