Abingdon, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
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A leading manufacturer are seeking an Electronics Design and Development Engineer to join their team in Oxfordshire.
Do you have knowledge of analogue, digital, Microcontroller, FPGA and inverter power electronics? If so, then you may be the Development Engineer we're looking for.
What will you be doing?
As an Electronics Design and Development Engineer, you'll be responsible for the design and development of new and innovative electronic sub-systems. You'll have the ability to debug and iterative the development of current electronic designs.
What skills/experience should you have?
Degree qualification in Electronics or similar discipline
Experience of electronics development
Knowledge of prototyping, fault finding and circuit simulation
Who will you be working for?
As an Electronics Design and Development Engineer, you'll be working for an established manufacturer in Oxfordshire. You'll be joining an organisation that works with a wide range of customers and prides itself on building lasting professional relationships. If you want to join an organisation that places a great emphasis on the importance of integrity and invests heavily in its staff, then this may be the perfect fit for you.
If you have sound analytical and problem solving skills, along with the ability to communicate confidently and work collaboratively with others, then we want to hear from you. Get in touch, today!
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Employment Type: Permanent
Other Pay Info: competitive
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