Principal Electronics Engineer


£60,000 - £70,000 PLUS benefits

This Principal Electronics Engineer role gives the chance to work on cutting-edge cyber security solutions for an innovative company based in Cambridge. The successful Principal Electronics Engineer will be responsible for the design of unique solutions for new product development as well as research and development for future projects. You will get the opportunity to work on complex designs from specification to production in a dynamic and rapidly expanding team. 

The company is a rapidly growing start-up designing innovative security solutions for a variety of markets. This Principal Electronics Engineer will be a key part of the team going forward and will be rewarded with a generous salary and benefits package. 

Skills required:

  • Analogue/digital circuit design 
  • High-speed interfaces such as Ethernet, PCIe, etc. 
  • RTL design and simulation for FPGAs
  • PCB design/layout
  • RF circuit knowledge is a bonus 
  • Embedded programming 

If you are interested in this Principal Electronics Engineer position, please APPLY NOW!!!

To find out more about this and other Electronics Engineer positions across the UK and Europe, please contact Harry Marshall at IC Resources or call +441189881145 

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