Electronics Engineer - Competitive - Bristol
Do you have five years of experience in an electronics development role? If so, Kinneir Dufort, an innovative product development consultancy, are looking for an Electronics Engineer.
The successful candidate will apply their expanding electronics expertise to the development of new products and technologies. Although a proportion of work may be conducted from home (if that suits you), the role may also involve some travel to client sites for sales and project activity.
The key responsibilities of an Electronics Engineer include, but are not limited to:
- Early stage research into the latest technologies.
- Delivery of final products as part of a multidisciplinary product development team.
- Designing and testing for compliance, CE/FCC, EMC, radio, safety.
- Conducting FMEAs.
- Using Altium Designer for schematic capture and PCB layout and developing embedded software (C/C++).
Kinneir Dufort are a user centred innovation and product development consultancy. They combine creative, technical and user experience expertise with agility. This enables their collaborative teams to rapidly define, create, develop and deliver world- changing products and experiences.
Their mission is simple - to Design a Better World, and they have amassed a wide range of clients in a variety of sectors, including medical, consumer and industrial.
- 25 days holiday a year (with extra days for long service).
- A matched contributory pension scheme.
- Company-wide bonus plus additional bonus opportunities for the business development team
- Private health care for you and your family; free employee eye tests plus an employee assistance scheme.
- Training and development opportunities, and regular lunch and learn sessions.
- Flexible working approaches; Regular opportunities to have your say, tell us what you think and influence how we develop as a team and as a business.
- Secure in-building bike storage and shower, discounted First Bus monthly and annual passes. (Bristol has a good Park and Ride bus network).
- The opportunity to become involved in our work with the RSA, Frank Water, Kerning The Gap, TeenTech, Babbasa, The Big Bang.
The key skills and qualities of an Electronics Engineer include:
- A 2:1 Master's degree or above in Electronic Engineering or associated course.
- A good understanding of electronics first principles and be comfortable performing basic hand calculations to check designs.
- Knowledge of digital electronics principles, 8-bit/32-bit ARM micro-controllers, FPGAs etc.; Knowledge of communication interfaces (UART, I2C, SPI, USB, Ethernet etc.); An understanding of good practice in PCB layout.
- Experience with low power circuit design and bench testing and de-bugging electronic assemblies.
- Confidence and authority when presenting work to others; Great people skills and ability to collaborate in project teams.
- Commercial awareness and be able to manage your time within defined timescales.
KD consciously embrace diversity and proactively encourage this with their recruitment process. They welcome applications to this position from anyone meeting the skills criteria, from any background.
If you are keen on joining this exciting, forward thinking company and taking the next step in your career, then please click the apply now button to find out more.