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Electronics Engineer (Systems Technology) - Analogue, Digital, Wireless, Top academics essential

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ECM Selection
30 November 2012
28 December 2012
Specialist Area
Contract Type
to £55k + excellent benefits

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Summary: High calibre, client facing electronics skills, top academics needed, Cambridge, to £55k + benefits.

This established highly regarded company provides solutions to client needs worldwide.  Typical clients are in bio-instrumentation, industrial instruments, surgical systems and other leading edge applications. This key role is for an Electronics Engineer to immediately engage in technically challenging projects.  

The Electronics Engineer must have at least a 2.1 (Hons) degree from a top university (i.e. good A levels with A’s and B’s as a minimum) and significant development experience of analogue, digital and wireless electronic systems with a good understanding of low level circuit operation. Experience in developing wireless systems, control systems, mechatronics, antennas, embedded software or medical devices would be an advantage.  The Electronics Engineer must have excellent client facing, hands-on technical leadership and project management capabilities.

This is an excellent opportunity for a high calibre Electronics Engineer to work in this exciting client facing environment.

Keywords: Cambridge, analogue, digital, 2.1, 1st, control, mechatronics, client facing, consultancy.

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