LOCATION OF WORK: Hybrid working. You can work 2 or 3 days a week remotely.
LOCATION OF OFFICE: Leicester, East Midlands
An established electronics business in Leicester, who design and manufacture a wide range of sensor instrumentation devices and systems, as well as bespoke calibration equipment for industrial and tool making industries require an Electronic Design Engineer to join its small sized R&D team.
This SME sized business is owned by a highly successful global organisation. This allows you as an Engineer to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment where you get to work throughout the product lifecycle (from concept to manufacture), whilst having the comfort of being in a secure and financially stable organisation.
You will be the sole Electronics Engineer in the R&D team, working closely with an Embedded Software Engineer, Mechanical Design Engineer and Test Engineer. As such you should be comfortable taking ownership of the electronic task work.
The team you will be joining has fun, is supportive to one another, and collaborates well together. It is certainly a positive team environment, and as such you should be someone who likes working part of a team.
This role offers you the chance to work on existing products as well as new product developments. Speaking to the Engineering Manager the product roadmap is defined and there is lots of new research and development task work to do, with the products looking to advance with additional features and the latest technology. In particular the products you will be designing will be using a lot of interesting sensor technology.
If you are seeking an opportunity which allows plenty of flexibility for remote working, where you will not be man managed and will be stimulated with interesting hardware design work for a variety of bespoke product designs, then this role will fulfil your needs.
- Confident taking ownership of the Electronic design tasks within a small R&D team
- Experience designing for existing products and new proof of concepts.
- Full electronic lifecycle design- concept to manufacture.
- Mixed signal circuit design skills (Analogue and Digital)
- Schematic design and PCB layout
- Comfortable choosing components for designs
- Excellent communication and team working skills
- Altium or Zuken Cadstar
- FPGA and VHDL programming