Salary: Up to £70,000
Bonus of up to 21% of base salary
Pension of maximum total (employer and employee) contribution of up to 14%
Our enhanced parental leave offers up to 26 weeks for maternity, adoption and shared parental leave. Enhancements are available for paternity leave, neonatal leave and fertility testing and treatments.
Fantastic site facilities, including subsidised meals, free car parking and more
Excellent career progression and development opportunities
We may be able to offer a relocation package for this role
We’re working with a world-leading, technical & scientific engineering organisation, with sites across Europe. They have an exciting opportunity for a Electronic Architect.
Their order book stretches for many years, and they have healthy profits and a range of new projects in place. They’re stable with steady controlled growth, offer dynamic working, and fantastic opportunities to grow and develop your career further.
The Electronic Architect role:
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Electronic Architect to define and develop the technical solutions for a high quality, precision product range. As part of the Electronic Engineering function, you will be defining future strategies and roadmaps for all our Electronic Products and solutions based on research and development activities in which you will be actively involved.
Your role will be to define the electronic and electrical architecture of the equipment and the analysis and decomposition to the lower level requirements for the sub-elements that meet challenging customer requirement within the constraints of limited physical space and harsh operating environments.
You will be managing all technical elements of Electronic Equipment's, working alongside the Engineering Project Manager to ensure the ‘On Time, On Cost, On Quality’ delivery of the technical solution.
Electronic Architect Skills and Qualifications required:
Ideally educated to degree level (or an equivalent qualification), with an Electronics bias having obtained substantial experience in the following areas:
- Digital electronics and microprocessor systems
- Power electronics for distributed power networks
- Design of equipment for safety critical environments
- Design of equipment for handling of sensitive customer data
- Understanding of software and firmware development techniques
- Compact packaging and thermal management techniques for complex high performance electronic equipment.
Whilst not essential, it would also beneficial if you could demonstrate some knowledge of internal computing design covering System on Chip technologies, RF, Signal Processing and Software Defined Radio as well as EMC and Environmental design experience would also be advantageous.
Rules onsite require British Citizenship. Dual nationals can apply for this position, and you will be required to undergo UK Security Clearance.
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