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OHO Group

Senior Hardware Engineer - Broadcast/broadband/STB

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OHO Group
03 May 2012
10 May 2012
SHE - 1BB2
Stephanie Newman
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£30000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: competitive

Further information

Senior Hardware Engineer - Broadcast/broadband/STB

If you are a senior hardware engineer with a significant number of years commercial hardware design and development experience, in particular in the broadcast/broadband/STB industries seeking new opportunity in an exciting world leader, look no further.

Our client, a world leader in technologies, products and services for the broadcast and broadband industries, and global market leader is seeking an enthusiastic and skilled hardware engineer to join their experienced, world-class engineering team. The role requires a senior hardware engineer to be responsible for the creation of hardware and system level designs, which conform to the product requirements and customer specifications as well as to generate system level and HW documentation for proposed designs.

Desired Skills:

- Degree/M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering or related subject
- Possess detailed knowledge of hardware design and analysis tools including expertise in layout techniques for analogue and high-speed circuits.
- Completed several complex and multi-disciplinary projects utilising all aspects of DFR, DFM and EMC techniques.
- Detailed component knowledge including road maps for product critical technologies related to the “core business”.

For more information or to apply please contact Stephanie Newman -

Keywords: Hardware, engineer, system, design, analogue, circuits, EMC, broadcast, broadband, STB

OHO Group

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