Hardware Design Engineer (IoT)

Posted 10 January by Enterprise Recruitment Ltd
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Designing small scale, complex hardware for high volume manufacture, you will join a real tech organisation, working on wireless and IoT display systems for worldwide consumer usage.

As a Hardware Design Engineer, you will work on multiple projects simultaneously, developing the next generation of an already globally successful product. You will be developing low powered, wireless embedded products across the whole product lifecycle, with a strong focus on embedded microcontroller design.

The company are looking for a Hardware Design Engineer who has experience of developing high volume commercial products who can hit the ground running. The company have their own RF protocol that enables their products to wirelessly interact with external hubs and central systems and boast some of the biggest names in Europe as part of their clientele.

Requirements of the Hardware Design Engineer

Essential;

  • Experience of analogue/digital electronic design
  • Embedded microcontroller design experience
  • Low-powered design

Desirable;

  • Working knowledge of RF
  • Basic programming

Benefits; pension scheme, 25 days holiday, private medical, 6X life assurance, income protection, sick pay, free car parking, free fruit, childcare scheme.

Apply: Stephanie AT enterpriserecruitment DOT com

Position: Hardware Design Engineer

Salary: Up to £45k

Location: Berkshire

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If you don’t fit this requirement exactly but are interested in similar roles feel free to e-mail a CV with your requirements, as you may be suitable for other positions we are recruiting for. I specialise in recruiting engineers for electronics and technology companies throughout the UK.

Required skills

  • Analogue
  • Digital Electronics
  • Microcontrollers

Reference: 35195915

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