Electronic Hardware Engineer
Electronic Hardware Engineer
Potential for flexible location: Bristol, Burton
We are seeking a talented Electronic Hardware Engineer to work on a wide variety of projects and develop this growing capability within our company. We offer consultancy services across the whole life-cycle of electronic product development to support our clients in the specification, development and verification and validation of their electronic hardware design.
Our projects are varied in scale from producing small prototypes to developing large scale complex electronic hardware for use in the most heavily regulated industries.
You will work in multi-disciplinary teams across the company to rapidly expand these services in a range of business sectors. Candidates should demonstrate transferable skills and an interest in a consultancy style of working.
- You will have a good degree in Electronic Engineering or related degree and you will have a fundamental understanding of Electronic Engineering principles either from an academic or commercial background.
- You will hold or be working towards Chartered Engineer status and have a good expertise in at least one of the following:
- Experience of the design and development of complex electronic hardware. (FPGA / ASIC)
- Experience across the full life-cycle of electronic product development
- Test automation and hardware in the loop testing
- Microcontroller system design
- Standard Schematic capture and PCB layout software (ORCAD, Allegro)
- Design optimisation for EMI/RFI, thermal performance
- Circuit simulation and analysis (PSPICE)
- Safety critical hardware development
- Hardware verification and validation
- Electronic component & equipment obsolescence
- Industry standards methodologies and application
- Interpretation of clients' technical needs
- Technical leadership on projects
As well as the above, a good understanding in any of the following areas would also be desirable:
- Requirements analysis and traceability e.g. using DOORS
- Model-Based Design
- Model-Based Systems Engineering
- Hardware and software integration
- Control system theory
- Modelling and simulation tools, e.g. MATLAB/Simulink/Veristand/LabVIEW
- Functional safety
- Configuration management
- Project management
- Preparation of bids and proposals
Supporting your technical role
Targeted professional development: an ongoing activity to ensure your technical knowledge stays up to date.
Mentoring: providing you with ongoing guidance and support.
Accredited training: if you have not yet achieved Chartered status we will support you. We offer accredited schemes with:
- The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
- The Royal Aeronautical Society
- The Institution of Engineering and Technology
- Royal Institution of Naval Architects
- Institute of Physics
As part of your benefits package, Frazer-Nash reimburses your membership fees to a professional institution.
What’s on offer
Career satisfaction and reward for ongoing commitment are what you can expect working at Frazer-Nash. We want to help you grow your career by providing you with the best opportunities for training and development. We also have some excellent benefits you'll want to take advantage of. We provide our people with an excellent benefits package that comprises:
- Competitive salary
- 25 days' holiday entitlement
- Holiday sale and purchase scheme
- Company pension scheme
- Targeted professional development
- Life assurance
- Private healthcare membership
- Bonus scheme linked into company performance
- Paid membership fees to a professional institution
- Support in attaining professional membership
- Cycle to work scheme
- Share purchase scheme
- Flexible start and finish time
- Season rail ticket loan
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