Reporting to the head of engineering, you are a member of the Engineering Development Team with personal responsibility for the development of electronics hardware, embedded and firmware solutions for brushless dc motors, motorised impellers and their applications that meet the demands of the business
To understand project technical requirements in conjunction with both our internal and external customers, to undertake the detailed electronics design activities required to translate these in to cost effective products and to ensure robust, reliable technical solutions are implemented and demonstrated as fit for purpose in a design for manufacture environment.
- To work collaboratively with the technical teams to develop electronic hardware solutions, performing relevant calculations, associated simulations and tests to deliver robust, innovative designs
- Work with the technical teams to develop analogue and digital electronic circuits in order to deliver robust, innovative solutions with sound theoretical basis
- To design for EMC and LVD, carrying out relevant product development, testing and debugging
- Develop firmware in ‘C’, assembler or other relevant language in order to deliver robust, innovative solutions
- To carry out field orientated control hardware and firmware development, testing and debugging
- To understand product performance principles, identifying key specification issues and then delivering solutions
Your technical ambition must be based upon providing a professional and reliable service to colleagues and customers who are directly affected by the activities in which you are engaged. Personally motivated by a desire to solve problems, you will be meticulous in your approach and confident to engage in theoretical review.
Skills and Knowledge
- Degree qualification with electronic circuit design experience
- Schematic capture, simulation, PCB layout and circuit testing for product design, EMC & LVD
- Hands on design testing experience
- Embedded ‘C’ and assembler code development and maintenance using related tool chains