Electronic Hardware Engineer

Job Type:

Permanent

Salary:

£40000 - £60000 Per Annum 8-10% bonus per annum

Location:
Category:

IT

Our client is a leading technical IT and engineering services consultancy with 10 offices in the UK and 3 offices in Australia. With over 800 staff, their IT projects team are expanding their capabilities in a number of sectors, primarily covering government, nuclear, defence, transportation and the power industries.

Their work spans across the complete Information Technology and Electronic Hardware project life cycle for high profile clients who need an experienced Electronic Hardware Engineer to join the team in either office within Bristol or Staffordshire.

They are seeking an experienced Electronic Hardware Engineer to work on a wide variety of projects. They offer consultancy services across the whole life-cycle of electronic product development to support clients in the specification, development and verification and validation of their electronic hardware design.

Projects they work on are varied and range from producing small prototypes to developing large scale complex electronic hardware for use in the most heavily regulated industries.
 
You will work alongside multiple teams across the company to help grow these services in various different sectors. You will be able to demonstrate transferrable skills and have a strong interest working within a consultancy business.

You will be joining this growing team and will work on some of the most innovative and high-profile projects in the UK

You will be degree educated within an Electronic or related subject and will have a fundamental understanding of Electronic Engineering principles from either a commercial or academic background.

We are looking for Electronic Hardware Engineers who have skills and experience in the following skills areas:

  • Experience of the design and development of complex electronic hardware. (FPGA / ASIC)
  • Experience across the full life-cycle of electronic product development
  • Test automation and hardware in the loop testing
  • Microcontroller system design
  • Standard Schematic capture and PCB layout software (ORCAD, Allegro)
  • Design optimisation for EMI/RFI, thermal performance
  • Circuit simulation and analysis (PSPICE)
  • Safety critical hardware development
  • Hardware verification and validation
  • Electronic component & equipment obsolescence
  • Industry standards methodologies and application
  • Interpretation of clients' technical needs
  • Technical leadership on projects

Desirables:

  • Requirements analysis and traceability e.g. using DOORS
  • Model-Based Design
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering
  • Hardware and software integration
  • Control system theory
  • Modelling and simulation tools, e.g. MATLAB/Simulink/Veristand/LabVIEW
  • Functional safety
  • Configuration management
  • Project management
  • Preparation of bids and proposals

In return, our client is offering a salary of £40 – 60k (depending on experience) + bonus + career development + company benefits.

Please contact Dan Harvey for a confidential chat or email your CV to prompt a call back

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