Electronics Development Engineer - Smart City

Region:
South East
Vicinity:
Hampshire, West Sussex
Industry Sector:
Smart Meter Jobs
Job Category:
Development
Job Type:
Permanent
Education Level:
Graduate/Higher diploma
Salary:
£47,000 to £50,000 per annum
Salary Description:
Generous Benefits
Posted:
14/11/2019
Start Date:
14/11/2019
Recruiter:
Cathcart Energy Associates
Job Ref:
5297

Electronics development engineer is required to join Mayflower Smart Control, which is a brand within our clients Enterprise Digital Services, specialising in the management of Smart street lighting and Smart City applications.

Mayflower’s CMS (Central Management System) is installed on over 400,000 assets across the UK, Ireland and Australia with aims to increase international sales within the next 5 years.

You will be reporting directly to the Senior Product Development Engineer, and you will be responsible for the complete development of hardware solutions to Smart City challenges, from capturing client requirements to the delivery of products to market.

The ideal candidate for this role will be educated to degree level or equivalent, in a relevant science or engineering subject. You will also have experience in electronics manufacturing and deployment and demonstrable relevant industry experience of the product development life cycle.

Ideally, you'll have experience of hardware and firmware testing, as well as experience of working on and supporting EPD and NPD and experience of product prototyping and release to manufacturing.

An ability to read and understand complex electronics, mechanical and electromechanical design would be highly advantageous.

Furthermore, you should have a working knowledge of Linux Operating System and Zigbee stack and an understanding of RF communications and protocols e.g. Zigbee, Bluetooth, LoRa, SigFox, cellular communications.

You'll have experience of design control, data/file management, documentation version/control and experience of working with test houses for product compliance e.g. EN, IEC and UL.

Experience in using PCB and CAD tools would be desirable, preferably Altium and Solid works.

Hit apply it doesn’t take long!

If you would like any further information about this vacancy, please contact James McNair at Cathcart Energy.

Closing Date:
26/12/2019

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