RF Test Development Engineer
£50,000 - £70,000 Annual Salary
When thinking of a new company to work for, it’s likely you look for someone who is working on new technology, something you won’t be 100 percent familiar with. Something that would be referred to as “exciting”, “innovative” or “cutting edge”. There’s plenty of companies that will use such hyperbole when advertising themselves to new potential employees, but it’s not always true. However, in this instance, all those adjectives are true. This is a company who have developed the world’s first self-organising mesh technology to deliver Gigabit Fixed Wireless Access services. It’s presently being deployed around the world to provide 5G virtual fibre connectivity for mobile operators and broadband service providers. They’ve got strong financial backing and operate a genuine flexible working environment.
You’ll be working as part of the development team, developing and testing the microwave communication product from early prototypes, through product approvals to volume manufacture. As opposed to simply documenting work and necessary changes, you’ll also be making modifications to SMT PCB’S and creating fixtures. You’ll also provide offshore support with new product introduction and assisting with test failure analysis.
What you get in return
In return you’ll be given the opportunity to play a key role in the growth in the growth and success of the company. You’ll be a part of a genuine flexible working environment, and work with brand new emerging technology. In addition, you’ll also receive a salary of up to £70,000, a generous company bonus and plenty of other benefits.
Always the fun part, make sure to have a read of the below to ensure you’re meeting the tech criteria:
- RF circuit and system test knowledge, ideally at microwave frequencies.
- Fault finding to component level for power supply, high speed digital and RF boards.
- Experience with European and US product approvals and environmental test, working with external test houses.
- Strong analytical, problem solving and reporting skills.
- Familiarity making modifications to SMT pcbs and creating/specifying test fixtures and wiring looms.
And it would be useful if you knew something about:
- Knowledge of Wi-Fi, GPS, HALT, HASS and FMEA
- Electronics design (circuit and layout)
- Software design (Linux, C, C++ and Python)
Call to action
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.