Electronics Engineer

Orion Electrotech
High Wycombe
£28000 - £38000/annum
21 Jul 2017
20 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
A well established engineering organisation who specialise in the design and development of bespoke machines built specifically to match customer requirements are looking for an Electronics Engineer to join the existing R+D team. As an Electronics Engineer you will play an integral part in the design and development of their next product range. The Electronics Engineer who joins this team will have a passion for product development and a proven background within electronics engineering.

As an Electronics Engineer you will be responsible for:
- Joining a multi-discipline development team
- Carry out a range of work packages and sub tasks
- Analyse the existing electronics design from an analogue and a digital perspective
- Produce detailed designs for product developments
- Work on prototype design and development
- Work cross departmentally when required
- Work with suppliers

The successful Electronics Engineer will have the following:
- +2 years professional experience
- Analog electronics: Instrumentation, Power, Filters.
- Knowledge of closed loop PID control systems. Laplace transforms.
- Digital electronics: VHDL, FPGA, FIR and IIR filters.
- Design for EMC and EMC testing.
- Familiarity and experience of the whole product lifecycle from gathering requirements, design, analysis, prototyping, fault-finding, DFM, - FMEA, and support.
- Familiar with eCAD software such as Cadence OrCAD

This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting engineering company who have been the pioneers in their field for over 50 years. If you are an electronics professional who is looking to work on a range of new and bespoke products and be in a position where you can make a real difference in the development of these products then apply now.

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