This is an opportunity to work on products that save lives. You’ll be working in a small hardware team, assisting the company in its development of new products as well as working to maintain the design of the existing product line.
The company take a phased approach to product design progressing from concept, through prototype to pre-production and full production.
This role will include running hardware development projects involving electronics design. These will either be developing new or refining and enhancing existing features. The role will involve working on design modules including: writing design specifications, specifying components, creating schematics evaluating designs, prototyping assemblies and prototype testing.
You’ll also be responsible for liaising with suppliers to manage the build of prototypes and pre-production units and subsequently support moving the design outcome into internal and subcontractor production. Offering technical support to ongoing production activities and customer related issues will be required from time to time.
The role will also involve supporting the team during functional system testing on the new product designs they produce. This will include running test protocols, investigating and resolving issues and reporting results.
We are looking for this experience:
• An Electronics degree from an accredited University
• 5+ years’ experience in product development.
• Strong working knowledge and experience of electronics and systems.
• Highly PC literate, experienced in Word/Excel etc.
• Schematic and PCB CAD design experience/skills.
• Strong analytical, test and hardware debugging skills.
• Demonstrable organizational and project management skills.
• A good eye for detail.
• Experience developing products for medium-large scale manufacture.
• Experience with digital signal processing.
• Appreciation of mechanical design aspects.
• Experience of working within an organization operating a Medical ISO13485 quality system and meeting regulatory requirements.
This position would suit an Electronics Engineer who has experience of both analogue and digital designs, understands common interfaces as well as wireless/cellular communication technologies. Any experience of EMC test and DSP technology would be a distinct advantage. Due to the safety critical nature of this product, there is an element of documentation associated with the design process.
• Pension scheme
• A range of flexible benefits
• 25 days holidays plus 8 bank holidays – option to purchase more
• 37 hours per week - flexible on start/finish times. You’ll be required on site 3 days per week