|Location: Greenford, Middlesex||Salary: £30 - £40 per hour|
|Type: Contract||Contact: Jack Pleon|
Hardware Engineer required to join a globally established defence / engineering company in the Greenford area.
Responsibilities for the Hardware Engineer:
- Responsible for complex design and development of high speed digital circuits including microprocessors and FPGA devices.
- Can simulate high speed digital circuits and assess signal integrity of designed solutions.
- Likely to be involved in more than one project at any one time.
- Expected to be able to liaise with customers and external bodies as needed.
- Will identify cost-effective solutions in terms of both development time and materials.
- Expected to seek input from peers and manager as required; will ensure that work has been reviewed to a suitable level.
- Can clearly present proposals and constructively debate input from others.
- Is expected to provide a level of technical leadership; shares knowledge willingly.
- Is expected to coach and mentor more junior engineers on an informal basis only.
- Manage security of information as defined in the Security manual
Requirements (Skill set) for the Hardware Engineer include:
- Competent with schematic capture and understands how to constrain layout using rules/classes/groups.
- Understands best practice in probing techniques and measurement on high speed digital circuits.
- Can optimise complex digital circuits to achieve power reduction.
- Can analyse performance across process, voltage and temperature variations.
- Understands signal integrity problems and can select appropriate terminations.
- Understands power distribution networks and strategies to efficiently and effectively mitigate.
- Can devise HW architecture to meet requirements using appropriate technology to meet cost targets.
- Uses advanced SPICE techniques to ensure circuits are modelled against variable parameters.
- Determines verification test requirements and devises appropriate test plans.
- Understands TCP/IP protocols and Ethernet data communications coding technologies (copper and optical).
- Can optimise PCB stack-up design.
- Understands electronic assembly failure modes and investigatory techniques.
- Designs to ensure high yield and reliable solder joints.
The Hardware Engineer will need to be eligible for SC clearance (Security clearance)
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