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Hardware Design Engineer

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Jam Recruitment
28 March 2013
04 April 2013
Ivrie Cohen
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£38.00 - £42.00 per hour

Further information

Position:Hardware Design Engineer (Contract)
Rate:£38/hr - £42/hr
Duration:6 Months
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A world leading security technology organisation is expanding in to new areas. They require an experienced Hardware Design Engineer with a background in high speed digital to join their medium sized design and development team. With over half a million employees worldwide, this area of the company is highly profitable because of their innovative ideas.

The successful Hardware Design Engineer will report directly to the Embedded Systems Manager. You'll be responsible for the design, implementation and testing of high end electronic circuits for manufacturing. You'll be required to follow and adhere to project schedules as well as ensure all hardware is within budget and meets defined standards.

Essential Skills:
*High Speed Digital Electronics Design
*Microprocessor Design
*EMC Design
*Analogue hardware Design
Desirable Skills:
*FPGA design using VHDL
*Some RF electronics design
*Experience with Renesas and ARM based microprocessors
*Experience of RS232, RS485, LAN, TCP/IP
*CADstar experience

The role of Hardware Design Engineer offers a great deal of diversity working for a fast growing business in the security industry. As a multinational organisation, there is strong stability in this position and a good opportunity for extensions to this contract.

If you are interested in the position, looking to further develop you career in hardware design please forward your CV or call Ivrie on 0161 905 5197 or email

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