Electronics/Firmware Engineer

Main purpose of position:

Support R&D project work including core subject work and systems activities. Opportunities for exceptional candidates to progress further.

Position in structure/supervisory responsibilities:

Report to more senior engineers, project managers and the R&D Manager

Main duties:

To take responsibility for the electronics, firmware and system design of products from concept through to production taking account of requirements, timescales, cost and regulatory constraints.

Necessary qualifications and training:

  • Degree (2:1) or better
  • Digital, Analogue design experience.
  • Embedded Programming Experience in ‘C’, VHDL
  • C++, .net, C#, java, Python, or algorithm development an advantage
  • Ideally work experience within a Design House or R&D department.
  • Familiarity with CAD for schematic capture and PCB layout
  • Can do attitude, inquisitive, willing to take on tasks as deemed necessary for the project.
  • Well presented, ability to client face, good presentation and communication skills.
  • Ability to take on other systems elements within a project such as thermals, optics etc an advantage.
  • Hands on (may need to build prototypes, wiring, solder etc), self-motivated, willing to learn and help evolve the R&D department.
  • Ability to fault find and liaise with production.

To apply for this role please send your CV and covering letter to our Human Resources Officer, Vicki Williams on vw@itl.co.uk

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