About the Electronic Design Engineer
In this role, you will work as part of the hardware team to develop the electronics for the next generation of optical switching products. You will solve a wide range of challenges as you take designs through the product lifecycle, from concept to manufacture, in collaboration with a multidisciplinary project team.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Working with the project team to capture requirements and develop system architectures
- Ownership of hardware designs from concept through detailed design to transfer to manufacture
- Investigation of new technologies and novel solutions to technical challenges for inclusion in future product generations
- Implementing DFM and DFT to ensure a robust supply chain and manufacturing process
- Validation testing and qualification of hardware and firmware designs
- Support Assurance Engineer in Safety, EMC and other certification processes
- Support of existing designs through the product lifecycle
To be successful, you will be an accomplished electronics designer, comfortable with complex systems incorporating analogue and digital electronics.
You will also need:
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Electronic Engineering or a related discipline
- Industry experience with a proven track record of delivering complex products against demanding timescales
- Full lifecycle experience: capable of taking design from concept to full product delivery
- Strong analogue or digital design skills across one or more of power supply design, low-noise/low-power amplifiers, mixed signal devices (DAC/ADC) and FPGA development.
- Adept at modelling or simulating new concepts and designs
- Knowledge of control theory and experience of implementing common control-loop designs
- Experience of complex PCB designs using a mixture of analogue and digital electronics
- Strong communication skills
Experience with Altium Designer or other EDA software would also be beneficial.