- Motors and Power Systems, Electronics, Research Engineering
- Malmesbury - United Kingdom
Developing simulations and algorithms for data processing, modelling and analysis.Ensuring designs can comply with relevant EMC/EMI standards and modifying designs when needed to ensure this is the case. Undertaking the thermal management design of electronic systems where applicable. Building demonstration rigs to convey ideas to others. Producing software to exercise hardware. Producing detailed hardware designs (both analogue and digital hardware). Reviewing relevant papers, patents and meeting with companies to keep informed of emerging technologies. Researching various sensing, user interface and microcontroller technologies. Working with different product teams to gain an in depth product understanding, while using knowledge of the latest technologies to create innovative electronics systems and solutions.
- Education and experience:
- BEng/MEng degree in Electronic Engineering, or other relevant discipline, or a demonstrable level of industrial experience in a relevant industry.
- Technical knowledge:
- Applicants should ideally have experience in the following areas:
- Digital hardware design:
- Excellent general knowledge of microcontrollers, preferably including ARM Cortex M series.
o Knowledge of a wide range of serial interfaces (e.g. I2C, SPI, UART, USB, I2S).
o Knowledge of memory devices is desirable e.g. NAND, NOR, SRAM, DDR etc.
o Experience of application processors.
o Experience of FPGA design.
- Analogue hardware design:
o Experience of analogue amplification and signal conditioning circuitry.
o Design of Op-Amp stages such as differential amplifiers, integrators etc.
- Software: o Experience of C/C++ programming for embedded systems.
o Use of Matlab or Python for data acquisition, analysis and automation of rigs.
o Digital signal processing experience.
- Design Tools:
- o Schematic capture using Altium Designer, Mentor Graphics or other main stream tools.
o Use of SPICE based simulation tools such as Simetrix and LTspice.
o Design calculation tools such as Mathcad and Microsoft Excel.
- Design Techniques:
o Circuit simulation and design tolerance analysis.
o Good quality engineering process understanding and appreciation.
o Device selection - Interpretation of datasheets and knowledge of design methods to confidently select the lowest cost devices while achieving reliability targets.
- Lab experience
o Experience of working in a laboratory environment
27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
Performance related bonus
Free on-site parking
Subsidised café and restaurants
Discounts on Dyson machines