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My client is seeking a Lead Electronic Design Engineer to take technical lead on projects, and guide early career engineers. You will present to senior leaders and to cross functional teams on how technologies interconnect and contribute to overall strategy. This is a permanent position based in Leicester.
- Design of precision analogue and digital control and measurement systems to be used in a wide range of industrial applications
- Influence product design specifications, and ensure new designs are optimised for Manufacture and Test (DfM, DfT) including: safety, capacity, performance, yield and cost.
- Provide technical leadership and mentoring to other Electronics design team members within a project.
- Design Change Initiation and implementation in accordance with business procedures
- Manufacturing technical support and provide solutions for production related problems
- High standard of documentation for evidence of conformity and technical explanation
- Generation of design specifications and requirements capture
- Degree or equivalent qualification in Electronic Engineering
- Proven ability in low power analogue and mixed signal circuit design and analysis, and ideally knowledge of digital protocols such as CAN, I2C, RS485, MODbus and ethernet
- Experience with PCB design and circuit simulation tools (Altium, PADS)
- Experience of Design for Manufacturing and Design for Test
- Knowledge of EMC design principles
Applicants must have an existing right to live and work in the UK. As this position is based in Leicester, you should be living a commutable distance or be prepared to relocate at your own expense.
For more information, please email Vikki.Bacchioni@arm.co.uk
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