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Electronics Developer - Microelectronics, PCB layout, signal processing, instrumentation

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ECM Selection
30 November 2012
28 December 2012
Specialist Area
Contract Type
to £45k + excellent benefits

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Summary: High calibre Electronics Engineer, good academics and solid commercial experience needed, Cambridge, to £45k + benefits.

This highly talented group sits within a well established, highly regarded technology company developing solutions for high technology clients worldwide.

This key role is for an Electronics Engineer to develop customer electronics for high quality lab instruments.  The Electronics Engineer will have outstanding design capability in the application of microelectronics to signal processing, data acquisition and control systems.

The Electronics Engineer must have at least a 2.1 Hons from a top university in Electronics or Computer Science (i.e. will have at least A’s and B’s at A level too) and have commercial experience as an electronics designer in a technically challenging environment.  Skills must include outstanding ability in the application of microelectronics and hands-on experience of schematic capture / PCB layout software. Coupled with strong technical skills you will have excellent personal communication skills; embedded software experience will be a plus.

Keywords: Electronics, Microelectronics, PCB, Control Systems, Cambridge, 2.1, 1st.

Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to.   And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.


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