IC Resources Ltd

Senior DSP Engineer - Medical Devices

3 days left

Location
Cambridge
Salary
Competitive salary + benefits
Posted
29 May 2017
Closes
26 Jun 2017
Ref
J40237
Contact
Chris Wyatt
Specialist Area
DSPs, Electromechanical, Software
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior DSP Engineer - Medical Devices
Cambridge
Competitive salary + benefits

I am currently sourcing a Senior DSP Engineer for an established product development client of ours in Cambridge. This opportunity would see you joining a world class consultancy, working on market leading projects with innovative start-ups through to market leaders. Primary responsibilities in the full cycle development of digital filters, control algorithms and control software for medical devices. My client can offer a challenging and rewarding environment, with real career progression possibilities.

The successful Senior DSP Engineer will have an excellent academic background, likely to have all A's at A-level and First Class Hons / Distinction level degrees, and have experience in;

*Digital Signal Processing ( DSP )
*Digital Filters ( FIR / IIR etc.)
*Algorithm design, development and test
*Control software & algorithms
*Medical device product development

If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Christopher Wyatt, Specialist Consultant at IC Resources.

Senior DSP Engineers with skills in Digital Signal Processing, Digital Filters ( FIR / IIR etc.), DSP, Medical, Algorithm design, development, test, embedded processors, control theory, control software, control algorithm, signal processing, RTOS, Matlab, C programming , windows, Linux, clinical, surgical, drug delivery, health, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, East Anglia, UK, will most likely be considered

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