Electronic Design Engineer – Analogue / Digital
A fantastic opportunity has come about for an Electronic Design Engineer – Analogue / Digital to work for a highly successful electronics organisation with fantastic career prospects.
They are based in Rickmansworth, commutable from: Watford, Rickmansworth, Harrow, Hemel Hempstead, High Wycombe, North London and Wembley.
As the Electronic Design Engineer – Analogue / Digital, you will be joining a small R&D team, Producing electronic designs to meet the current roadmap requirements within the timescales and to budget. You will be investigating the latest related technology and proactively introducing solutions into existing and new designs.
Key Responsibilities of the Electronic Design Engineer – Analogue / Digital
-Produce electronic designs to meet the current roadmap requirements within the timescales and to budget.
-Carry out key-component selection through specification analysis and prototype testing
-Write design and test specifications
-Lead external consultant to perform schematic capture and board layouts
-Lead design reviews internally and with key external suppliers
-Validate prototype builds using test software and relevant test equipment
Skills and experience required for the Electronic Design Engineer – Analogue/Digital
-Commercial experience of electronic full lifecycle design experience in a commercial industry
-Good knowledge of basic Analogue and Digital Design including architecture, component selection, design for manufacture and test, and design for EMC.
-Experience designing with microprocessors/microcontrollers, memory devices and power supplies,
-C/C++ for real-time embedded applications
-Schematic, library and PCB layout experience, in particular using PADS, Altium
This is a great opportunity to join a well established, ambitious company with an exciting, varied role on offer. To apply, email your cv to (url removed) If you have any specific questions about this vacancy, please call Ollie on (phone number removed)
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