Graduate Electronics/Hardware Engineer - Electronics Technology Specia


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Salary up to £50,000 plus excellent benefits

This career opportunity is with a successful software company whose tools help improve the manufacturing process in the electronics markets.

The company works with clients in IoT, Automotive, Defence and many more industry sectors. Many of the products you will be involved with, will appear later in the consumer market – which you will have opportunity to have been involved with.

The role has a varied range of activities, which may suit someone who enjoys a range of tasks to keep their work interesting and challenging.

The company is of an exciting size where it is successfully growing and where you can work on a variety of projects, on the different stages of the lifecycle, allowing you to have a wider range of skills, more variety in your work, work content that is more tailored to your abilities and preferences, etc..

Essential requirements for this role include: –

An electrical/electronics engineering (or closely related) degree from a top university (e.g. Russell Group) and a strong educational background (2:1 or higher essential)
A real interest in solving complex, technical engineering problems
Liaising with software engineers and customers where required on projects
Fault finding
Creative mind that can look at engineering issues from a wide range of angles and levels
Full training will be provided from this world leader in technology, with a friendly team of very bright hardware and software engineers.

This vacancy is being managed on behalf of the employer by Edgar Cowen who are acting as a Recruitment Agency.

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