Senior Electronics Engineer– Tevva Motors have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior Electronics Engineer to be a part of our team. Using your skills you will deliver game-changing, clean-truck technology. Delivering on climate change, improving air quality, reducing GHG, and particulate emissions and making a real and measurable difference
We are based in Chelmsford and are experiencing an exciting time of growth. Therefore, we are currently recruiting for a Senior Electronics Engineer to be part of the success. You will be responsible for the specification, design and evaluation of electronic hardware used in safety critical automotive applications.
- Creation of product performance specifications
- Proposal and evaluation of electronics hardware designs, including selection of electronic parts
- Provision of the information required to enable a physical layout intended for final production to be procured
- Supervision and checking of Printed Circuit Board designs to ensure best design practices have been followed to minimise EMC performance related issues
- Provision of Circuit Schematics, Printed Circuit Board, Bill of Materials for electronic components used in the design and physical layout details in a form suitable for the generation of production release information
- Procurement and evaluation of design prototypes in readiness for production release
- Perform Failure Mode and Effects Analysis on electronic hardware designs.
- Provide technical support to production & design validation partners during development and initial release of product
- Generation of a technical product document to allow for the end user installation and service manuals to be compiled
- Designing test cases to prove design and implementation.
- Create tests jigs for post-production PCB validation, reprogramming, post pick and place validation
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and attributes:
- Degree in Electronics Engineering or equivalent
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in PCB layout
- Minimum 3 years’ experience with Altium Designer.
- Minimum 3 years’ experience in unit design
- Has specified, designed and validated electronics hardware for measurement and control systems
- Worked in a similar environment
- Familiarity with EMC design techniques and solutions
- Ability to problem solve
- Fantastic communication skills
- Ability to work with others in a cross disciplined team of engineers
- Proficient in the use of schematic drawing and PCB layout tools like and Spice simulation tools
This a full-time position working 40 hours per week with additional hours available. We are offering a competitive salary of £45000 -£60000 per annum depending on experience. You will also receive 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (some days will have to be kept during the Christmas period due to office closures) and will be offered a pension scheme, health scheme and life insurance. We are a fun, family run business with amazing staff facilities and enjoy building professional relationships in an enjoyable way.
If you have the relevant skills and experience and would like to be considered for this opportunity, we would like to hear from you. Please apply by forwarding an up to date CV as soon as possible.
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