Job Title: Junior Hardware Development Engineer
Location: Tattenhall, Cheshire (UK)
Hours: Full-time (37.5)
Application Closing Date: 31/03/2021
Employment Start Date:
Drivers License Required: No
Job Reference: HW01
To design and develop hardware for a wide variety of embedded electronic products and projects and to act as an in-house source of expertise on the application of current and future technology.
A high class degree in a relevant discipline
such as Electronics
- 1-2 years experience in industry working actively on design.
- Knowledge of high speed interfaces (e.g. USB, LVDS, PCI, ISA).
- Competence with a range of design tools, including schematic capture and PCB layout.
- Understanding of PC and ARM architectures..
- Analogue circuit design.
- Experience developing initial specification through to releasing completed product to agreed timescales.
- Hardware design using embedded CPUs (e.g. RISC, x86).
- FPGA/CPLD design.
- Direct experience with Altium Designer Software.
- DC-DC power supply design.
- LCD interfacing.
- Working knowledge of an ISO9001 accredited development environment.
- Working within a internal quality system with a defined product development cycle.
- Flexible start time – we give you a number of options when it comes to working hours, so you can choose a start time that suits you.
- Profit share scheme – from day one you’ll have your own portion of the company’s profits.
- Service benefits after just 12 months – monetary rewards, more annual leave, private healthcare, life insurance and more.
- Flexible annual leave – take an hour or two off if necessary; you’re not forced into taking a whole day unnecessarily.
- Free food & drink in the canteen – missed breakfast or just feeling peckish? Grab yourself a cuppa and some toast, free of charge!
- Training and development opportunities – we want you to be the best you can be, so we invest in your personal development.
- Plus much, much more – free on-site parking, a relaxed dress code, additional leave for doctors appointments… and it doesn’t stop there!