Being a Senior Electronics Engineer is a pretty cool job to start with, being able to design the circuits and boards that make electronics work takes a massive amount of knowledge and skill.
Imagine being able to take those skills and knowledge and apply them to technology that is helping scientists explore the depths of the oceans, improving the health of the world's fisheries, monitoring microplastics levels and keeping an eye on climate change as well as a host of other world-changing applications.
Sounds good, right?
You'll work on new product development, improvement projects on existing tech ad offer support to other departments as part of your day to day role.
Ideally, you'll have a degree in a relevant electronics engineering subject and have at least five years of experience with;
- Basic analogue components
- Operational amplifier circuits
- power supply technology
- Circuit analysis
- Analogue-digital conversion
- Interfacing and Io
- CAD Schematic layout
- CAD PCB Design
- Experience of Cadence or CAD PCB design tools
If you believe that you have the right skills for this position, get a CV over to Mark on firstname.lastname@example.org at Employment Solutions on as soon as possible so that you don't miss out.