Electronics Design Engineer


De Montfort University
Temp - Perm
Smart Casual




We are looking to recruit an Electronics Design Engineer to join our client's growing team for high-performance electrical systems in the fields of robotics, automotive, aerospace, marine, utilities and renewable-energy.

The Electronics Design Engineer will see projects through from initial research and proposals to prototyping, design, development, testing, maintenance and manufacturing.

The role is to work on a full time basis working 37.5 hours per week. The working hours are 9:00-17:30 Monday to Friday. The role is temp to perm after a set duration working as a temporary member of staff.

Please note that this is a role with an external client and not within De Montfort University.

The rate of pay is based on a salary of £26,000. However, the pay is negotiable depending on experience and up to £35,000.
Disciplines include, but are not limited to: power delivery, low-power applications, energy-harvesting, motor control, radio communications, secure communications, secure storage, anti-tampering, real-time control, navigation, intelligent sensing, autonomy, networking, image/video, DSP.
This is not a graduate level role; we are seeking someone with experience outside of university, at the very least where recreational interest is shown and has developed a capability which demonstrates a deep knowledge and passion for the subject, preferably with at least 3 years’ experience in similar roles as the timescales and complexities regularly requires team members to have prior depth of knowledge to be able to keep pace.
• MSc/BSc degree in Electrical Engineering or relevant field
• Schematic design
• Mixed-signal PCB layout
• Produce designs with KiCAD, EAGLE, Altium, or equivalent EDA software
• Design to constraints
• Identify and mitigate failures
• Optimise for manufacturability/cost
• Estimate project timescales/cost
• Test, analyse and verify designs against requirements

Additional Skills:
Prior experience with:
• RF circuits
• High voltage / high power applications
• Motor control
• CANBus/RS485/RS422/Modbus/DeviceNet
• Lithium charging
• Solar harvesting
You will be required to work from the clients office Monday to Friday.
Please note that this is a role with an external client and not within De Montfort University.

Due to the volume of applications we receive, any indicated closing date is subject to change at the hiring manager’s discretion. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks of applying for the role, unfortunately your application has not been successful in this instance.

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If you apply to and are successful in securing this position, you will need to undertake an in person Right to Work Check on the De Montfort University Campus, before starting work. This is effective from Monday 17th May and is due to government guidance here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-right-to-work-checks#end-of-temporary-adjustments Right to Work Checks are a legal requirement for paid work and checks will be completed in a COVID secure environment. Please email unitemps@dmu.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Unitemps is acting as an Employment Business, supplying temporary workers, in relation to this vacancy.