Graduate Electronics Engineer

Posted by SourceCo Recruitment on 30/04/2020 (12:22)

CV6, Longford, Coventry
£25,000 - £32,000/annum
30/04/2020 (12:22)
SourceCo Recruitment

Shift: Mon – Friday (7.30am – 16:30pm)

Due to continued growth I’am currently recruiting for a Graduate Electronics Engineer to work with a well-established electronics manufacturer based in Coventry. As the Graduate Electronics Engineer you will be responsible for the design and development of electrodeless conductivity sensors.

Commutable from: Coventry, Rugby, Solihull, Leamington Spa, Redditch


  • Design and development of electrodeless conductivity sensors
  • Programming and testing parts
  • Waste reduction
  • Ordering/scheduling parts
  • Carrying out quality checks
  • SMT,PCB Soldering 
  • Populating PCB’s

The successful candidate for the Graduate Electronics Engineers position will have the following experience:

  • BEng or MSc in Electronic Engineering (Essential)
  • A passion and enthusiasm for SMT/PCB (Essential)
  • Ability to look at process improvements/lean techniques (Desirable)

Due to the high number of applications we receive, we are sometimes not able to respond directly to each candidate. If you haven’t been contacted within 14 days of your application, unfortunately you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

By applying for this role your details will be submitted to SourceCo and the relevant client related to this vacancy. 

SourceCo work in partnership with businesses across the UK who operate within Manufacturing, Logistics, Commercial and Further Education sectors. We provide temporary, permanent and contract opportunities engaging with talented candidates looking to make their next career move.

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