Electronics Engineer - Contract

Electronics Engineer - Contract

  • Location


  • Industry:

    Electronic Engineering

  • Contract Type:


  • Salary:

    £37 - 42 per hour

  • Contact:

    James Bokhorst

  • Contact phone:


  • Job ref:

    BBE - SPSO

  • Job Published:

    20 days ago

This company is a genuine market leader in the field of critical communications. They have a reputation of providing high quality products into demanding, mission critical customers, including leading police, ambulance, and fire users around the world. Additional markets include major airports, large mining facilities and utilities or oil and gas plants located in hazardous environments. As an engineer, you will relish in the opportunity to work on technology which you can physically see being used in life and death scenarios, for some of our Countries most relied upon and necessary public services. The work you do on a day to day basis, has genuine impact on those around you.


Your role will be that of a Baseband Engineer. You’ve worked on projects, from its creative inception, through to being manufactured, and you can bring this experience to where it’s really needed. Your experience as an allrounder, will come into use by being able to advise on where issues may arise, and where you can minimise cost on situations such as faulty PCB, or advise on EMC. You’ll take lead on your own projects, mentor and teach more junior engineers, and present to and be the main interface with your own clients. As an all-rounder, you can offer your expertise to different projects, either looking at High Speed Digital Design or circuit design. 


In return you will be working on a 3-month initial contract, with likelihood to extend further, on an hourly rate between £37 - £42ph.


Technical Requirements


As always, it’s important to make sure you’ve worked with the right tech, so have a review of their technical requirements below:

Microprocessor and DSP circuit design

Design using Memory devices such as DDR and NAND flash

Design using digital interfaces such as SPI, I2C, Ethernet and USB

PCB layout rules for high speed digital design

Efficient circuit design for handheld battery powered products

Design for EMC/ESD protection

Design for Manufacturing and Test


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So, if you like the ad, or you’d at least like to know some more, what’s next? You have 3 options….

Number 1: Click the little apply button (don’t worry, we’ll discuss before your CV or application goes anywhere)

Number 2: You can call for James Bokhorst on 07708899199

Number 3: You can find me on LinkedIn, trust me there’s not many people with the surname Bokhorst.