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Graduate Electronics Engineer (Medical Technology)

Employer
Confidential
Location
Aylesbury
Salary
25000.00 - 45000.00 GBP Annual + Bonus, Pension, Full Training
Closing date
26 Aug 2021

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Specialism
Engineering
Sector
Engineering & Aerospace
Role Type
Graduate, Other work and training
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Job Details

Electronics Engineer (Medical Technology) - Graduate to Mid Level

Salary: GBP25,000 - GBP45,000 plus benefits

Location: Aylesbury

Electronics Engineer Overview

This is a great opportunity for an Electronics Engineer to join a established medical technology business who are in the process of developing a novel surgical robotics system for the global mass market.

They are looking for someone from graduate level through to 5+ years of experience (hence the wide salary banding) and require someone from a top UK university with a very strong academic record of success in electronics engineering.

The Electronics Engineer will be working on a highly complex project which will require a very strong level of problem solving, and the ability to develop hardware (and its associated embedded code) alongside a team of electronics and mechanical engineers). It will be advantageous if the successful applicant can also write in C and have any knowledge of robotics.

Electronics Engineer Requirements

* 1st class degree within electronics engineering from a top UK university

* Able to design and develop complex hardware, as well as develop embedded code to run on that hardware

* Graduate level through to mid/senior level of experience

* Excellent communication and problem solving skills

* Additional knowledge/experience in C programming and robotics is advantageous

If you are interested in discussing this Electronics Engineer position, please apply now and we'll be in touch
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