IC Resources Ltd

Analog Design Engineer

7 days left

Location
East Sussex
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
30 Apr 2018
Closes
28 May 2018
Ref
JO-1804-122211
Contact
Daniel Evans
Job Function
Design
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Analog Design Engineer

Permanent

Sussex

Competitive


Brighton Based along the south coast in Brighton my client specialises in the design and development of sensor products. They're looking for an Analog Design Engineer to join their Engineering team in developing products to meet customer specifications.


The Analog Senior Design Engineer will suit and Engineer with a strong background in:


- Analog Circuit design (inputs, converters, test)

- SMPS Design

- Embedded processors (microprocessor 8, 16, 32 bit)

- Digital Design (not essential)


This role is has an Analog bias and any previous experience designing sensors or working within the sensors industry would be advantageous, however if you are also familiar with digital design (FPGA, A/D converters, embedded firmware) then this would be desirable.


Joining this engineering team could open up further future opportunities, within a well-known global science and technology organisation. If you feel like this would be a good match for your skill set please get in contact with Electronics Consultant, Daniel Evans (daniel.evans@ic-resources.com) at IC Resources.



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