Your tasks

This role will be responsible for carrying out the duties of the Engineering department including design, research, prototyping, engineering documentation, estimating and process improvement, in addition to collaboration with design/purchasing and workshop/assembly teams on design projects. It will include  -
  • Experience of complete hardware design cycle concept through to manufacturing release
  • Design & implementation of hardware design, using EDA schematic capture for both digital and analogue electronics
  • Validation testing and qualification of resilient hardware and firmware designs
  • Test tool development for commissioning and manufacture

Your profile

As a graduate in the field of Electronic or Electrical and Electronic Engineering you will have a least 5 years industry experience to date,  with a proven track record of delivering complex products against demanding timescales. You will possess a fundamental understanding of analogue electronics, with particular emphasis in high sensitivity analogue circuit design, utilising low noise op-amps.

Low power design experience is also a ‘must-have’, in addition to experience of complex PCB designs using both analogue and digital electronics. Additionally, it would be nice if you were familiar with design for EMC and conformity testing e.g. safety compliance;  but this is not essential.

With an innate and impeccable attention to detail you will be able to plan, schedule, co-ordinate and trouble shoot effectively whether you are required to work autonomously or contribute and influence in a team setting.

Your perspective

We offer a friendly and informal work environment in a prime location on the Cambridge Science Park, a competitive salary and annual bonus scheme, plus a range of benefits including private health care, a generous non-contributory pension scheme, health shield cash back plan, and cycle to work scheme.
Cambridge

Your profile

As a graduate in the field of Electronic or Electrical and Electronic Engineering you will have a least 5 years industry experience to date,  with a proven track record of delivering complex products against demanding timescales. You will possess a fundamental understanding of analogue electronics, with particular emphasis in high sensitivity analogue circuit design, utilising low noise op-amps.

Low power design experience is also a ‘must-have’, in addition to experience of complex PCB designs using both analogue and digital electronics. Additionally, it would be nice if you were familiar with design for EMC and conformity testing e.g. safety compliance;  but this is not essential.

With an innate and impeccable attention to detail you will be able to plan, schedule, co-ordinate and trouble shoot effectively whether you are required to work autonomously or contribute and influence in a team setting.
Cambridge

We very much hope that you are interested in the vacancy and we look forward to receiving your completed application.

Fiona Egan, HR Assistant, fiona.egan@hubersuhner.com
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