|Location: Wimborne Minster||Salary: Salary On Application|
|Sector: Client Delivery, Defence, Engineering||Type: Permanent|
|Contact: Nick Taylor||Job Published: 25 days ago|
Electronics Engineer needed for a leading defence engineering & aerospace organisation based in Wimborne who are looking to employ an experienced and well-rounded Electronics Engineer that takes pride in their work.
The successful candidate would desirably have a relevant degree in electronics engineering or demonstrable industry experience in an electronics design role.
The Electronics Engineer will be one of a team of engineers providing services in support of analogue systems. The team has a diverse scope from requirements through to the design and maintenance of systems and products. The nature of the work and the balance of skills within the team is such that there will be an emphasis on providing robust classical analysis and modelling of analogue instrumentation front-ends.
What the role entails:
Some of the main duties of the Electronics Engineer will include:
- To carry out all work ethically, safely and in accordance with the relevant standards and best practice within the nuclear industry.
- Carrying out specified design and development and repair work in own area of competence.
- Drafting concise and accurate technical reports, requirements specifications and drawings as required meeting the specific needs of the deployed equipment.
- Provide a technical lead in specified areas for the team and the company as a whole.
- Establish customer solutions and support discussions of the proposed solution(s) with customer representatives to agree the optimum outcome in terms of cost, timescale and ease of implementation.
- Peer review of technical reports, drawings and designs for safety, functionality and compliance with standards and statutory requirements.
- Detailed analysis of existing systems to establish requirements for replacement or refurbishment.
- Provide specific technical support to project managers and / or team leaders for projects.
- Liaison with suppliers regarding supply and support of third-party equipment.
- Occasionally supporting the installation and commissioning of equipment on the customer's site.
- Developing personal engineering capability across the safety system and instrumentation areas.
- Identification of opportunities for process improvement, automation and modernisation within your work.
What experience you need to be the successful Electronics Engineer:
- A firm theoretical understanding and practical experience of the subtleties of analogue electronics design in instrumentation front-ends - e.g. noise, frequency response, cabling and temperature sensitivity effects; the mechanisms, analysis and modelling.
- Exposure to and understanding of the use of electronic component families and device categories.
- Experience of the systems engineering of complete electronic systems, including integration of PCBs into electronics racks/cabinets, and the thermal and reliability engineering aspects thereof.
- Use of modern instrumentation, e.g. digital mixed mode oscilloscopes and programmable instrumentation.
- Formal systems engineering tools and processes an advantage (e.g. DOORS).
- Ability to communicate effectively within peer group and with manager / team leader.
- Capable of producing good oral and written communications.
This really is a fantastic opportunity for an Electronics Engineer to progress their career. If you are interested please apply as soon as possible as this position will be filled quickly so don't miss out!
In order to apply for this role, applicants must be eligible to undergo and obtain a high level of UK Security Clearance.
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