Contract Electronics Design Engineer
Duration - 6 months (Likely extension)
Rate - £40-£45 per hour
A large electronics company who focus most of their development within the aerospace and satellite industries are on the hunt for a senior electronics engineer.
The purpose of this position is to add additional support to the development of a new product range. The work will specifically involve developing new processing techniques to help build measurement and radar detection systems.
The company have over 2,500 employees within the UK and operate on a global scale. This position will specifically be working within a team of 7 engineers reporting into head of engineering on this particular site. There are also positions within other areas of the company including embedded software and firmware engineering so if you know of anyone who may be interested in these positions please get in touch.
For this role the company are ideally looking for:
·Digital electronics design
·Experience working with FPGA's
·Embedded software knowledge (Beneifical)
·EMC / RF experience (Beneficial)
The company would still be interested in your profile if you don't have all of the above listed skills as there are currently a number of other vacancies within the growing development team that may suit your profile and skillset.
From initial conversations with the hiring manager, the contract length is likely to be 6 months however due to project pipeline there is possibility for this to be longer, should a longer contract be of interest to you.
The rates range from £40 to £45 per hour depending on the depth of your experience.
The company are looking to bring people on board ASAP and are able to interview this week and next, so whether you're immediately available or you have a notice period, please get in touch for more details.
Please call me, Jordan Ahmad on 0117 332 8100 or email your CV ASAP to J.ahmad @ ioassociates.co.uk - if you don't have an up to date CV, that's not a problem, please still get in touch an I'll be happy to discuss further.