Senior Electronics Design Engineer – Cambridge
Salary: £Competitive + Bonus & Benefits
Our client is a successful technology consultancy with a history of providing efficient & complex engineering solutions to an International client base. They continuously innovate to push the boundaries of engineering, technology and industry that provides unique solutions for our customers by solving today’s hardest engineering problems in sensing, data collection & communications. Their customers span a wide range of markets including healthcare, internet of things, defence, security and automotive.
- This role will be distilling client requirements into appropriate feasibility study and systems-level analysis activities.
- These initial activities will be followed by the generation of prototype system block diagrams and module specifications, leading to specific work packages that will be shared across the design team. On some projects you will be able to put your schematic-level design skill into practice.
- The role provides the opportunity to use your technical leadership skills to work with a team to follow exciting new ideas through from concept into reality. You will have the satisfaction of working in a supportive and experienced team of subject matter experts, whilst also mentoring talented younger graduates.
Essential Skills & Requirements:
- It is essential that Senior electronics design engineer possess the experience necessary to play a key role in architecting and designing new systems and products.
- The work will require an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals underlying the real-world engineering of systems that will usually have a basis in radio.
- Experience of modern radio communications and radar systems is highly desirable.
- In addition to the technical skills necessary, Engineer will be comfortable explaining complex technical matters to non-technical customers
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