IC Resources Ltd

Chief Technology Officer

£80000.00 - £100000.00 per annum
10 Jan 2019
07 Feb 2019
Daniel Evans
Job Function
Specialist Area
Analogue, Embedded Systems, Hardware
Contract Type
Full Time

After working in Silicon Valley, a number of years, the CEO of this innovative start-up has identified a gap in the market for leading edge, innovative Electronic products. They generate a shareholder value for themselves as well as investors as well as a great salary alongside unique benefits.

My client looking for someone who has worked as a CTO at a similar start-up company or a superstar Engineering Manager looking for the next challenge. You will also have a strong commercial product development awareness from working in large teams of engineers. Experience of portable Electronic Hardware Design and Embedded Firmware would be advantageous.

You will have a BSc/MSc or equivalent degree in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering plus a Chartered Engineering status through one of the UK's professional engineering institutions would also be beneficial, but not essential.

In order to apply, or find out more information, please contact Daniel Evans (daniel.evans@ic-resources.com) with an updated CV and availability for a confidential chat.

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