IC Resources Ltd

Head of Electronics Engineering (Cameras/Sensors)

Competitive salary
04 Jun 2018
02 Jul 2018
Daniel Evans
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

Head of Electronics Engineering (Cameras/Sensors)

Central London


Completive Salary

IC Resources has recently partnered with an exciting tech start-up that is looking for a Head of Electronics Engineering to develop their product range and grow and take ideas from conception through to market. Their technology is exciting, well-proven and has received funding from several leading investors.

Required Skills/Responsibilities:

- Excellent Hands-On Design: PCB design, FPGA, Interfaces (ideally camera interfaces such as MIPI-CSI and LVDS)

- Lead the internal hardware development strategy (evaluate existing hardware options, explore options for getting our own camera & processor modules produced)

- Liaising with external partners and sensor/processor companies

- Competency within a dynamic, agile start-up environment

This role as Head of Electronics Engineering is a great opportunity to join an exciting, well-funded and dynamic start up. The role offers a highly completive salary, benefits and the opportunity to work alongside a team of intelligent, highly enthusiastic and multi-disciplinary engineers.

For more information or to apply, please contact Daniel Evans (daniel.evans@ic-resources.com)

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