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Electronics Engineer FPGA bias

Electronics Engineer FPGA bias

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We are looking to hire an experienced Electronics Engineer with a bias towards FPGA for an engineering business in Norwich.

Joining a technically astute team, you will be heavily involved in the design & R&D of electronic systems for a range of products that are predominantly used within the Oil & Gas sector.

Working as part of the Design & Project teams, you'll lead the design process from initial concept through to schematic, PCB layout & test planning phase. You'll also support with the final production & product delivery phases; so a great opportunity to be apart of the entire product design and manufacturing cycle.

To be successful, you'll need experience in:

  • Electronics Design
  • Analogue & high speed digital design
  • Active & passive filtering
  • FPGA
  • Precision soldering
  • Full design life cycle experience
  • Component level fault finding
  • PCB Layout (multi-layer)

Desirable skills include:

  • Switching & Linear PSU design
  • Analogue Signal Processing
  • HV Circuit Design
  • Mentor Graphics PADS Designer & Layout experience
  • High-speed Digital PCB Layout (ie: DDR memory)
  • High Temperature Electronics Design
  • MatLab

This is a great opportunity to join a local business with a great product. They use the latest technology and are taking on several new projects, of which you'll play a crucial part in helping deliver.

In return you'll receive a very attractive salary & benefits package, as well as significant scope for career development & progression.

If you're interested in hearing more about this and feel you have the skills and experience needed, submit a copy of your CV straight away.

Required skills

  • Digital
  • High Temperature
  • PADS
  • Schematic Capture
  • Analogue
  • Filter Design
  • High Speed Digital
  • MatLab
  • Electronics Design
  • PCB Layout
  • PSU
  • Component Level Fault Finding
  • Precision Soldering

Reference: 37875959

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