Principal Electronics Design Engineer

Recruiter
Vector Resourcing
Location
Cambridge
Salary
£40000 - £65000 per annum
Posted
14 Jun 2017
Closes
14 Jul 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We have a new opportunity for experienced and innovative Principal and Senior Electronics Engineering professionals to join an innovative organisation near Cambridge. We are looking for a Principal Electronics Design Engineer who can work at the design and development stage of products -working on the very cutting edge of technology.

This world renowned Technology Innovation organisation are growing massively this year, due to a number of new projects upcoming. As a result, they need enthusiastic, intelligent, and dedicated problem solvers who can come in and join these projects, with the aim of becoming leaders in their future career.

The work is technically challenging, financially rewarding and offers superb opportunity for personal career development with a highly respected organisation, that are considered innovators in their field.

Are you frustrated with endlessly working on the same products every day? As a Principal Electronics Design Engineer you will be working on a wide range of unique projects in a dedicated team, from concept to manufacture. This could be a fantastic opportunity to join a progressive organisation that would have you working across multiple programmes on short-time frames, meaning every week will be different - constantly keeping you at the cutting edge of technology with innovative new technologies.

The company actively encourages personal development, provide a structured career development program and of course offer a highly lucrative financial package. As well as a very competitive salary, they would also offer a generous bonus, pensions, healthcare, and support with travel costs or relocation if required.

To be considered for the role of Lead, Principal, or Senior Electronics Engineer/Consultant you need the following experience:

* A 2.1 or 1st class honours degree in Electronics (or possibly Applied Physics or other closely related subject).
* Extensive R&D, or Product Design experience within complex Electronics
* Core skills in modern analogue and digital electronics
* Excellent communicator - confident, innovative, enthused
* Must have unconditional right to work in the UK - there may be a need to work on occasional MOD projects



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