IC Resources Ltd

Electronics Design Engineer

Competitive salary
07 Sep 2018
05 Oct 2018
Daniel Evans
Job Function
Specialist Area
Analogue, Embedded Systems, Hardware
Contract Type
Full Time

Electronics Design Engineer




IC Resources is proud to have recently partnered with a new and secure and well-funded startup company in Cambridge. The technology they are developing will revolutionise bioinformatics and our understanding of DNA, using a novel and cutting edge approach. They are currently in search of ambitious and competent Electronics Engineers, with specific competency in:

- Analogue and Mixed Signal Circuit Design (e.g Filters, Current Sources and Data Converters)

- Digital Electronics (CPLD: FPGA Design in VHDL or Verilog)

- Microcontrollers/Embedded C

- An appreciation for Signal Integrity (Non-essential)

This role would suit an Engineer who exhibits a positive attitude towards work; in return it offers the opportunity to join a team of passionate and enthusiastic engineers.

In order to apply or find out more information, please forward your CV to Daniel Evans (daniel.evans@ic-resources.com) with availability to have a confidential conversation about the position.

Unfortunately, this client is unable to offer visa sponsorship at this moment in time. Applications will only be considered for those who have immediate right to work in the UK.

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