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Electronics Hardware Engineer







Date added

13th October 2020

Job Description

Let’s set the scene – You’re an experienced Hardware Engineer with a good, comfortable job. You’re working environment is okay, you like the people you work with, but the project your working on is starting to slow down and you’ve landed on this ad because you’re wondering if there is something else that might spark that motivation again!

Well here is that spark! I’ve been working with a thriving business who are looking for passionate individuals like yourself to come on board and join the journey to success. This is a fantastic manufacturing company who work in the high-end Motorsport and Automotive industries…working on projects for F1 and British Touring Car to name a few!

What’s on offer:

Apart from working for one of the leading developers of data acquisition & video recording systems in the Automotive & Motorsport world, they are passionate about what they do and are looking for Engineer’s who also share this engineering thirst. Whether you’re looking for on-the-job training opportunities or career progression, this is a business that take’s all thing’s development to the next level. When you mention to your friends where you work, you will for sure get the wow factor!

What’s required:

There are obviously a few key skills we need, but if you’re an enthusiastic Engineer, willing to learn new areas and you’re a hobbyist that fits perfectly in the makerspace / hackerspace community you’re already half way there! If you’re looking to grow within hardware engineering this is the perfect opportunity, as the team you’ll be joining has a wealth of knowledge and impressive projects to get involved in from the get-go!

What is involved:

- Development of electronics hardware for automotive and motorsport products

- Circuit design, analysis and documentation

- Design verification and validation testing

- Appropriate documentation of the design to allow long term support of the product

Experience & skills:

- Hands-on electronic hardware development, working with Digital / Analogue Systems

- Microprocessors, controllers and high speed digital design experience

- Familiar with good engineering process & communicating complex designs clearly

- Circuit design, analysis and documentation

- Design verification & validation testing

- Experience with field-programmable gate array (FPGA)

- Interests in: Arduino, Raspberry Pi, PIC or see yourself as a makerspace / hackerspace enthusiast

So, you’ve got the hardware experience, you’ve worked in various industries from automotive / motorsport / embedded systems and you’re passionate about your career…why haven’t you clicked apply already? Click to send your details and Holly Whetton will be in touch to tell you about even more of the good stuff!