- Central London location, in a centre of innovation
- Exciting start-up company, producing state of the art technology
- Working with industry leaders to develop new technology
- Comprehensive benefits
Our client is looking for a Hardware Design and Test Engineer to join a growing company, who’s technology is used by Olympic athletes to enhance their training programmes. You will be working with 3rd party manufactured products to help develop and improve.
What you will need:
- Experience with PCB design and testing of sensors
- Hardware stack including Analog design, MCUs, BLE Comms, Firmware Development
- Programming of automated test infrastructure (Python, LabView)
- RaspberryPI Linux
- Use of oscilloscopes and general electronic/electrical test equipment
What you’ll be doing:
The role will be varied and cover both hardware design and test, so experience candidates can be biased one way or the other, if they have some experience with both elements of the role. The product is a wearable sensor, so any experience with wearable technology is beneficial, however not essential. Given the nature of the role you will need to be site based, to carry out hands on testing and design.
What you’ll get in return for your talents:
In addition to working on cutting edge technology in and innovative and collaborative environment, you will receive a comprehensive benefits package. This will include equity options alongside your salary. Although the team you will be responsible for will be small to start with, there are excellent growth opportunities at this company!
For more information or to apply, apply directly to this advert to speak with Thomas.
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