Graduate Electronic Engineer (RF / Digital)
|Job Title:||Graduate Electronic Engineer (RF / Digital)|
|Contract Type:||Immediate Start Graduate Role|
|Location:||Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire|
|Salary:||£28000 - £30000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Mark Newland|
|Job Published:||February 25, 2021 16:57|
Graduate Electrical / Electronic Engineer
Salary: £28,000 - £30,000
Location: Milton Keynes
Do you want to work for a leading technology Company that makes a real difference to everyday life?
Our clients skilled employees have an impact that extends beyond design and manufacturing products. Whether we are launching satellites or securing military communication, or keeping hearts in rhythm, our employees' work explores space and saves lives.
Based in Milton Keynes, they are an ISO-9001 certified and ESA approved leading provider of AESA radar solutions, high-reliability electronic subsystems, modules, and components for high-performance defence and space applications.
Specialising in vertically integrated solutions from semiconductors, to Integrated Microwave Assemblies, Optical Data Communication equipment, to subsystems and equipment-level solutions, working on exciting and highly complex programmes spanning electronic warfare, military communications, radar, aerospace, and commercial wireless and telecom sectors.
About the role
We are looking for a graduate engineer who will support RF and Digital product development activities as part of the growing Engineering Technology Hub, contributing to both internal development and customer funded projects. This encompasses all aspects of design, test and qualification relating to our technology roadmap, which includes: Microwave and millimetre wave products such as SSPAs, LNAs, Transmit/Receive Modules, digital beamforming networks, and related products, as well as optical transmit/receive products.
Depending on the skills and knowledge of the graduate the successful candidate will either specialise in Digital or RF design, and have an overall understanding of associated system design, however it is expected that they will develop a comprehensive understanding of interlinked technology
Some of the main responsibilities of Digital Engineering include:
- Flow down of requirements to support development of digital hardware
- Ability to review, analyse and optimize digital system architectures
- Understanding of Digital Signal Processing
- Firmware development including FPGA programming
- Understanding of Software Verification practices
Some of the main responsibilities of RF Engineering include:
- Understanding RF systems and components, including RF system analysis and requirements flow down
- RF Design and Simulation at system and circuit level
- 3D EM modelling
- Understanding of antenna design and selection of appropriate technology
You will ideally have a degree in Bachelor's or Masters degree in a relevant Science or Engineering subject. You will have knowledge of appropriate simulation and modelling tools and techniques and knowledge of test and verification equipment and techniques. You will also be keen to develop your technical competence and be a highly motivated self-starter.
You will have a good level of IT literacy and have an awareness of production and assembly processes. The successful candidate will have excellent planning and organisational skills. You will also have good written skills and the ability to communicate cohesively with all levels within the organisation and externally. You will enjoy working as part of a team and have an enthusiastic approach to work.
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