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Hardware Design Engineer - Digital, PCB - Cambridge

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Recruiter
IC 3E LLP
Posted
31 January 2013
Closes
28 February 2013
Ref
J19414
Contact
Eva Carey
Location
Cambridge
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£45000.00 per annum + to £45000

Further information

Based in Cambridge, the Senior Hardware Design Engineer will join a large blue chip organisation and be responsible for Digital Design and PCB Design on a range of Wireless products.

Main responsibilities will include:

- technically leading projects and designs ensuring supporting services deliver on time, to specification and to the required quality standards
- working with customers to generate technical requirements specifications and to run feasibility studies prior to the commencement of projects
- developing schematics and PCB layouts to a high standard with supporting firmware.

The successful applicant will have a proven background in hardware design, particularly high speed digital design, PCB Design, Test / ATE, Memory design and PCi/PCi Express

Other skills of interest include scripting, embedded design and analogue design


Key words: Based in Cambridge, the Senior Hardware Design Engineer will join a large blue chip organisation and be responsible for High Speed Digital Design The successful applicant will have a proven background in hardware design, particularly high speed digital design, Logic design, memory design and/or Bus design (PCi/PCi Express)


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