Electronics Design Engineer

Sigma Recruitment
£35000 - £45000/annum pension, healthcare, etc
09 Jul 2017
08 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Exciting opportunity to work for a growing and expanding organisation who are a world leader within their marketplace. The role will see the Electronics Design Engineer work as part of a multi-disciplined development team reporting in to an Engineering Manager onsite. The successful Electronics Engineer will be involved in both electronic hardware and embedded software design at all stages of the product life-cycle.

As the Electronics Design Engineer, your duties will include:

* All aspects of Hardware Design inclusive of both analog and digital (analog signal conditioning, data acquisition, power supplies, embedded microprocessors / microcontrollers, etc.)
* The Electronics Engineer will write technical documents such as specifications, test reports, etc.
* Use of simulation tools for product testing and development purposes
* Use of schematic capture / PCB design tools
* Assessment of device failure throughout development process using formal methods such as FMEA

To be a successful Electronics Design Engineer you will have the following skills and experience:

* A recognised qualification in the field of electronics engineering / embedded electronics engineering, electrical engineering, etc.
* Previous experience within a design / R&D team
* The Electronics Engineer will have familiarity with simulation tools (such as Spice)
* PCB design / Schematic Capture experience (ideally with Altium or OrCAD)

In return, the Electronics Design Engineer will receive a salary of £35,000 - £45,000 (dependent on experience - possibly slightly more for the right candidate) + pension, healthcare, etc.

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