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Senior Electronics Systems Engineer

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14 Jun 2021

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Our client based in St Asaph are currently seeking a Senior Electronics Systems Engineer to join their organisation on a permanent basis. This is an opportunity to work for a leading Global organisation who are market leaders in their field.


Lead development of electronic solutions for a range of electro-optical products utilising FPGA, digital and analogue electronic hardware and software.
Provide electronic systems engineering inputs from concept to manufacture and test
Assist with requirements capture and specification definition, sensitivity analysis, reliability analysis as required
Interfacing with and managing output from sub-contractors
Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and perform electronic design, analysis and test
Prepare presentations and reports to a high standard for all phases of the project
Support handover from design to production
Work with Business Development and Engineering teams to support new opportunities and generate solutions for customersKnowledge, Skills & Experience


Bachelor's degree level in Electrical and/or Electronics engineering, 2:1 or better
At least 4+ years' experience
Demonstrable knowledge in digital and analogue video processing including DSP, FPGA
Firmware development experience, C, (C++, C#, Python advantageous)
Schematic capture and layout
Create and maintain technical documentation that supports the product development process including product specifications, manuals and end user instructions
Ability to create and give presentations to customers and partnersFor immediate consideration please forward your most up to date CV.

GCS Computer Recruitment Services is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy
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