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Electronics Engineer

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Recruiter
Roc Search
Posted
14 January 2013
Closes
11 February 2013
Location
Dorset
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Dorset - £28,000 - £33,000 + excellent package and training budget.

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Electronics Engineer

Electronics engineer – electronics design, hardware design, PIC, C, assembler, C++,Visual basic, analogue design, digital design, testing, PCB design & layout, microcontrollers, fault finding.

Dorset - £28,000 - £33,000 + excellent package and training budget.

Roc Search is currently recruiting for an electronics engineer to join their clients world leading development team.

You will be responsible for the electronic design, development and testing of existing and new products. The successful candidate will need to be a “well-rounded” electronics engineer to join their team in manufacturing products that will inevitably solve engineering problems.

Our client makes their own custom products which are relevant to all aspects of electronics engineering. Testing these custom products will inevitably be a big part of this role, however you will also be required to have a good understanding of digital and analogue design, along with the ability to be able to programme PIC microcontrollers.

Essential skills include:

·         Pic microcontrollers

·         C/C++/assembler programming languages

·         Analogue design

·         Digital design

·         PCB

·         Electronics testing

·         Fault finding

There is a training budget outlined to aid the successful candidate with the skills in which they are not as strong.

Desirable skills include:

·         Mechanical design

·         CAD

This is an excellent opportunity for the successful electronics engineer to join an market leader, globally recognised company in a period of growth. You will undertake a challenging and exciting role.

To apply please attach your CV for an immediate response.

Roc Search


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