Overview

Role: Graduate Electronics Design Engineer

Location: Shepton Mallet, Somerset

Salary: £25,000 – £30,000

Benefits: Plus, company benefits; health care, training budget, 21 days annual leave, option to purchase additional leave, pension, health cash plan, Employee Assistance Programme.

Officer Hours:

Start between 7:30am-9am, Monday to Friday, Finish between 4.00pm-6.00pm Monday to Thursday, 2.00pm Friday Hybrid working (currently 3x days + in the office per week)

Daily Duties

  • Working alongside a team of Electronic Design Engineers.
  • Monitoring projects through the lifecycle design process.
  • Supporting the Production Department with new product release, production and supply issues.
  • Supporting legacy products through Engineering Change Notes.
  • Supporting System Sales generating variations of current designs.
  • Design and development of subsea and shipboard electronic systems primarily relating to the marine-seismic industry.
  • Development of new products from concept through to production & from component to system-level
  • Ability to liaise with other teams –

Software/Firmware/Mechanical/Production/Field Service.

  • Supporting the Production Department with new product release, production and supply issues.
  • Generation of design, verification and test documentation in line with company processes.

Initial Project:

  • Support for new system development.
  • Design and development of ancillary electronic products and systems for integration of subsea cables.
  • Requirement specifications, schematic capture, creation of Bill of Materials, Engineering Change Notes, assembly instructions, component requests, department procedures, test specifications and analysis calculations.

Key Skills:

  • Knowledge of and experience in specifying and developing electronic products in line with specification requirements.
  • Experience with RS485, SPI, I2C, I2S etc.
  • Working knowledge of Altium and/or Candence tools for schematic Capture, BOM generation.
  • Ability to work to a project schedule and provide regular progress updates to the Team Lead/Project Manager.

Desirable Skills:

  • Small-signal, low-noise analogue design / simulation, sensor interfacing, DACs, ADCs
  • Digital design including CPLD/FPGA design and verification, use of processors/micro-controllers, embedded computers.
  • Working knowledge of C, Verilog / VHDL, Python.
  • Familiarity with Linux Operating systems
  • Source-code control systems: SVN, Git, Azure DevOps
  • PCB Layout using Altium and/or Candence tools, producing manufacturing documentation / liaising with PCB fabrication and assembly houses.
  • Knowledge of power supply design
  • Experience with fibre-optics
  • Experience of designing for the marine or similar harsh environment / knowledge of the seismic industry.

How to apply?

Please send a CV to kaceynorris@peoplesource.co.uk

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