Science Group 2023 Graduate Electronics Engineer
Job description:
Sagentia Innovation provides leading-edge product development services focused on science and technology initiatives. We work across the medical, industrial, consumer and food and beverage sectors, with a broad range of companies from some of the world’s leading and best-known brands, to start-up disruptors new to the market. Our breadth of expertise brings together the best people to solve a problem and can include our scientists, engineers, human factors experts, data and AI scientists, innovation strategists, product developers and designers, and consumer insight specialists. Our team have recently been involved in successful electromechanical system developments including a rapidly manufactured ventilator system for the UK government, advanced agricultural machinery, surgical robotics, novel drink dispensing technology and a next generation radiotherapy system. All these developments focus on delivering elegant and creative solutions that improve lives through innovation. Are you an enthusiastic and curious graduate who loves solving complex challenges using electronics? Would you relish the opportunity to apply these skills to product development challenges across diverse industries? This is an exciting opportunity to work with a fantastic team of colleagues while developing your technical skills working across the product development lifecycle, from new concept generation to technology validation. We have: Projects ranging from quick build proof-of-principle prototypes through to full product developments. The opportunity to work with a wide range of client projects ranging from start-up to blue-chip companies while developing your software programming skills. A multitude of exciting projects in the medical, industrial and consumer sectors. Your work will predominately be based at our Sagentia offices in Harston, Cambridge and there may also be opportunities to travel to client sites in Europe or USA. You will enjoy a fast-paced environment in which we solve a variety of challenges from different industries where you will be driven to stretch yourself and demonstrate determination and focus. At any one time we have dozens of active projects in the medical, industrial and consumer sectors. As a Graduate, you will have the opportunity to utilise and improve your electronics design skills on one or more projects simultaneously across sectors. Projects range in length anywhere from a couple of months to a couple of years. Projects will typically require multidisciplinary skills requiring teamwork, independent research, software design, mechanical design, and of course a electronics team that you will be part of. You will enjoy a variety of tasks such as attending daily stand-ups, concept generation, circuit design and simulation, debug and test as well as attending client teleconferences. In addition, you will attend internal multidisciplinary progress meetings which will give you exposure to challenges outside of the electronics design field. You will also be involved with and support direct interaction with clients through regular external project update meetings.
Candidate requirements:
A solid understanding of analogue and digital engineering fundamentals. Enthusiasm to work within multidisciplinary teams.
Qualification requirements:
A degree (First or 2.1, or even a PhD) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Combined Science with Electronics or similar.
You will work on client projects from your first day; we think this provides you with the opportunity to work with a fantastic team of colleagues and put your great technical skills to use immediately! We work with you from the start of your time with us to ensure we understand how you want to develop your career in the future.
Other details:
You might also have (but not essential): Wireless/IoT technologies experience. Simulation experience using SPICE simulators, such as LTSPICE. Capability in power electronics design. Experience developing embedded C applications for microprocessor platforms.
How to apply:
Apply via application form in this link:
Opportunity Overview
Start: October 1, 2023
Salary: Competitive
Category: Science & Technology
Location: Epsom Surrey, Harston Cambridge
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