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Electronics Design Engineer
Based in Langley, Berkshire
Competitive Salary + Excellent Benefits
A world leader in the development and manufacture of x-ray and light detector modules is currently recruiting for an experienced Design & Development Electronics Engineer at their UK Head Office in Langley, Berkshire. This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with ADC and PCB expertise to make an impact at an innovative market leading company.
Reporting to the Engineering Manager you would be tasked with the design and development of circuit boards using high speed ADC’s. The successful candidate will have an excellent chance to work on a number of innovative cutting edge products, which are used by industry leading companies around the world.
The role will suit a degree educated individual with skills and expertise in the following…
o Circuit design with high speed 16bit – 24bit ADCs
o PCB layout with Protel and/or Altium
o C / C++ and .Net development experience
You must be able to work to tight project timescales, will be fast thinking with a definite ‘can do’ attitude and flexible in your approach, with good communications skills plus the ability to work well in a team and also use your own initiative.
An established company which, over five decades, has pioneered the development and manufacture of high sensitivity solutions for the detection of light and x-rays. You would play a key role in their ongoing success and future ambitious growth plans.
The job may be suitable for candidates who have experience in the following: Electronics Engineer, Electronics Hardware Engineer, Electronics Design Engineer, Circuit Design & Development Engineer, Electronics Design Consultant, ADCs, PCBs.
This job would be suitable for candidates based in the following locations: Langley, Berkshire, Slough, Windsor, Egham, Hounslow, Hayes, Uxbridge, Gerrards Cross, Beaconsfield, Maidenhead.