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West Molesey- Surrey
Purpose of the job:
An Electronics Engineer is required to work on instrumentation and acoustic systems. The Electronics Engineer should have experience and specific expertise in analogue circuit design preferably in an instrumentation development environment.
The work will involve mixed signal design including pre-amplifiers, filters, power supplies, interfacing and analog-digital conversion for precision instrumentation applications. Some experience or knowledge of microprocessor based circuit design and embedded software would be desirable. Practical skills would be desirable but not essential.
Duties and responsibilities:
New product development (design & test)
Existing product development (fault finding / improvement / enhancement)
Support to Production Department test engineers
Engineers (after settling in) would be expected to design, prototype and document a circuit. Then take it through to a manufacturability state. This may be as part of a team.
Printed Circuit layout
Basic Analogue components / circuits
Operational Amplifier circuits
Power supply technology
Circuit analysis, modelling and theory
Interfacing and IO (e.g. I2C and SPI bus)
CAD Schematic layout
CAD PCB design
University degree with a minimum of a 2:1
Assembler and/or embedded 'C'
Use of PAL/FPGA technologies.
The Electronics engineer would be expected to provide occasional off-shore support as required including some overseas travel. The Electronics engineer must also be a UK citizen as they will require SC security clearance with the UK Ministry of Defence.
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