Senior Electronics Design Engineer

Senior Electronics Design Engineer

Job Title: Senior Electronics Design Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Letchworth
Salary: £50k - 60k per year
Reference: SE-SUFG1
Contact Name: James Bokhorst
Job Published: March 25, 2020 10:51

Job Description

What this R&D centre and manufacturing site don’t know about heat treatments for industrial sites, probably isn’t worth knowing. Imagine working for a company who provide such a service, that their own client wants to take them on exclusively, and provide them with continuous and stable work, that’s what’s happened here. They’ve been able to use this continued work to invest into their own company, and now they’re ready to invest in you.


You’ll become the 4th member of the electronics team, where you’ll initially be introduced into the technology these guys work on, which largely revolves around their main heat sensor product, which is designed and manufactured in-house. This product is largely made up of PCB’s and firmware code, so you’ll be introduced into their own process of working with microvolts, EMC, De-bug analysis, design, all from start to finish.


It’s not common to work within an R&D set up, where you’ll turn your hand to many areas within electronics, including working on your own product which is also manufactured in house. With this in mind, you’re probably going to be someone who actually wants to work on a product which they can physically put their hands on, and advise right through to manufacturing, and then provided to an exclusive client you already have a trusted working relationship with. You’ll also be someone who perhaps would like to take their career from a senior level, to perhaps principle with a nice pay bump over a set period.


From a benefits and pay point of view, we’re looking at around £50,000 - £60,000 on this one, but there’s some room to negotiate on this, if needs be. You’ll also receive a good pension, at 7% contributory, death in service, 10% off various retailers, and a starting of 22 days annual leave which moves up to 26.


From a requirements point of view, you’re going to need at least 8 – 10 years’ worth of experience, this isn’t a strict must have, rather a guideline. You’ll need a solid understanding of analogue, a bit of power supply design, microcontroller code, signal conditioning, 3 phase usage and will ideally have a degree behind you (again not a must).


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Number 2: You can call for James Bokhorst on 07708899199


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