Lead Hardware Engineer
Oldham, Greater Manchester.
Salary: up to £60K
Jackson Hogg is delighted to be representing a leading global provider of design-led, advanced electronics technologies and they are on the look for a Lead Hardware Engineer.
This role is based in Oldham, Manchester.
Lead Hardware Engineer Responsibilities:
- Provide technical leadership driving Power & Control design solutions.
- Undertake ‘Lead Engineer’ assignments with responsibility for the overall integrity of design for power and control solutions to fulfil the required customer specifications.
- Design and develop all solutions in line with customer requirements and in accordance with the latest company processes and procedures.
- Assist with the review, maintenance and upkeep of the TTE engineering series of Forms, Work Instructions and Procedures relevant to electronics design.
- Create schematic diagrams and transferral of these to PCB layouts.
- Assist with the preparation of material (such as Technical Proposals) as part of our bid process.
- Perform simulations of analogue and digital circuit designs to verify correct function prior to prototype manufacture.
- Maintain strong communications with other groups across the business so as to maintain a professional image and develop confidence in our engineering abilities.
Lead Hardware Engineer Requirements:
- Higher National Diploma or Degree in Electronics or Electronic Engineering or equivalent.
- Be eligible for security clearance to the required level.
- Have previous experience in designing power and control products detailed in the knowledge section.
- Experience of technical document preparation including hardware description documents, test strategies and procedures.
- Continually attain satisfactory compliance with Quality, Safety, Security and HSE requirements.
- Digital design (Combinatorial logic, GAL and Processor experience).
- Analogue Design (Filters, Op-amps and measurement).
- Demonstrable understanding of Single and Three Phase power principles.
- Demonstrable understanding of at least two of the following schemes (all at power levels between 100W and 10kW):
- Understanding of motor control concepts and topologies (control systems).
- Understanding of EMC Best Practice.
- PCB Layout skills and experience (ideally using Altium).
- Awareness of Defence and Military Standards processes such as DO-254.
- DOORS Requirements Capture/Tracking Tool Experience.
- Have a high level of self-motivation and an ability to work autonomously without high levels of supervision.
If that sounds of interest to you, please feel free to get in touch with Eleni Avgenaki on 07455158839/ firstname.lastname@example.org