01895 - ELECTRONICS ENGINEER - FERNDOWN - £23,000 - £30,000 PA
Bond Recruitment is currently recruiting for a Electronics Engineer Reporting to the company directors, you will be involved with the design and development of new relay and filtered connector test equipment, along with supporting and enhancing our broad range of existing products.
The company: A small, friendly electronic equipment company, operating since 1992, we design and manufacture our own brand of test equipment, 90% of which we export to multi-national customers. We are going places and want an enthusiastic graduate engineer to join the development team and be instrumental in creating our next generation of products.
The role and responsibilities:
You will be passionate about electronics and software in general and keen to make a difference and be recognised for your talent.
Benefits will include great job satisfaction and the opportunity to travel the world visiting customers, together with a good salary, private healthcare and pension. The future is what you can make it and you will be supported and mentored as you grow with the role.
As our products are generally a mixture of hardware and software, you will also have the opportunity to assist software engineers in the deployment of turn key solutions.
£23,000 - £30,000 pa Private Health Care Pension Foreign travel
A full BEng / MEng or MSc in Electronic / Software Engineering Analogue and digital electronics design skills at board level. Electronic fault finding to component level. Schematic capture and PCB layout experience. Software design for embedded microcontrollers using high level languages ie. C, C++. Self-motivated, adaptable and able to learn quickly. Ability to work effectively within a team. A logical approach to problem solving.
Exposure to software development (OOP, Agile ). HDL coding in VHDL for creating FPGA or CPLDs. Mechanical design experience for creating module and system enclosures Knowledge of Solidworks or similar mechanical drawing packages. Object orientated programming in languages such as C++ and C#.
- Electronics Engineer