Opportunities like this only used to come about when someone else left the business, but not anymore. As a result of growth and a new team being created, one of those positions has your name on it.
Are you an experienced Electronic Design Engineer looking for a new start in a new company? This is a great opportunity for you to join a company that has doubled its growth in the past 3 years. This could not only be your new job but your next one as well with internal progression being an important part of the company's growth plan.
You will be someone with an excellent understanding of what it takes to deliver to specification and project budget. You'll have a proven track record and a wide range of manufacturing engineering experience. Working in a high value low volume environment previously will be advantageous. Are you someone with a good knowledge of schematics and PCB layouts preferably using Altium PCB designer?
Are you someone with good interpersonal skills and is able to interact at all levels? You'll have previous experience in using ERP/MRP systems to manage project activity. You'll be maintaining a design gate status for each project being delivered.
You will be confident in having ownership over your role but also being able to communicate effectively with the design team. Do you have experience in low/high power levels and frequency ranges, Isolated and non-isolated DC/DC and AC/DC power conversion designs?
You'll be determined to succeed and have a high degree of flexibility. Previous use of SolidWorks 3D or a similar software is beneficial as you will be able to adapt much quicker. You'll be someone with experience in Design engineering of Digital/Analogue power supply modules as this is an essential part of the role. You will be someone educated to Degree level or a minimum of HNC/D will also be considered.
This is an Office based role with the opportunity of hybrid working once settled and your product knowledge is up to date.
Does this sound like you?
Please call on me 01442 299 037 or message me on LinkedIn, I appreciate your CV may not be up to date, so just send whatever you have and we can talk about the rest.