IC Resources Ltd

Lead Hardware Engineer

Competitive salary
29 Sep 2018
27 Oct 2018
Daniel Evans
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

Lead Electronics Engineer

East London


Highly Competitive Salary

Our client is a well-established company with a strong reputation for being innovative, promoting career growth and developing cutting edge technologies.

This position of an Principal Electronics Engineer would suit a candidate with proven experience in the following areas:

- Schematic capture and PCB Design.

- Digital and Analogue Design

- Confidence liaising with Software and Mechanical Teams



- A degree in Electronics Engineering (or related discipline)

This role as an Principal Electronics Engineer is ideal for any candidate that is self-motivated, exhibits a flexible attitude towards prioritisation and seeks to broaden their experience whilst building on existing skill sets. This role would seek to leading projects, holding regular meetings and reporting to key stakeholders and higher management.

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

Unfortunately, this client isn't able to offer sponsorship at this moment in time.

Keywords: PCB design, Schematic Capture, Analogue design, Analog design, Microelectronics, Hardware Engineer, Hardware Design, Electronics Design Engineer, London, Principal Hardware Engineer, UK

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