IC Resources Ltd

Graduate Communications Engineer

£25000 - £35000 per annum
05 Oct 2018
02 Nov 2018
Emma Windows
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

Fantastic opportunity for a graduate / recent graduate /junior level engineer to join a global company and become involved with leading edge mobile satellite communications. My client is seeking electronics/software /communications graduates to join an established team pushing the frontiers on civil aircraft connectivity.

Suitable applicants should have Bachelor or Masters in Electronics or Engineering with a specific bias towards some, but not necessarily all of the following: digital communications, mobile/cellular communications, DSP, RF, embedded software development, IoT. You should also have some of the following skills:

* Modem design

* Digital Signal Processing

* Software defined radio

* RF design and test

* Embedded software development - C, C++, Agile

* Flight trials and aircraft installation of new service roll out and customer support

* Satellite communications system engineering

This is a superb opportunity to join a global company, working on leading edge technology and be part of a structured training program.

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