Why would you want this job? Firstly, this is a Cambridge tech start-up. Not only a start-up, but one that has been recognised as one of the top 100 Sillicon based companies across the entirety of Europe. For those who are slightly more risk adverse, and like to work as part of larger electronics teams, this job probably isn’t for you. This is going to appeal to those who enjoy the challenge of joining a business during its early days, setting up processes, working without supervision, and proactively planning their own day.
The work you put in will see genuine results, and you’ll have a real input into the success of the company. You’ll of course be rewarded on this success through generous stock options, where there is excellent potential for financial gain.
This is a spin out from Cambridge University, and the business is developing and commercialising their patented technology for the next generation of smart devices and surfaces, through touch technology.
In this role, you’ll be the Senior Electronics Engineer, responsible for creating electronic hardware for the company’s projects, demonstrators, prototypes, and deliverables. You’ll work full product lifecycle from inception through to completion. You’ll design, develop, characterise, and test this novel sensor technology into complete systems.
Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering
Electronics design skills in analogue and mixed-signal circuits
Experience of sensor measurement and low noise design is essential
Experience using electronics design software
Hands-on experience of prototype development, testing, characterisation, and troubleshooting
Exceptional analytical and organisational skills, coupled with a well-focused attention to detail
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