Electronics Design Engineer
Surrey / West Sussex
Skills: Electronics Design / Embedded Processor / FPGA / C / Test / DSP /
A world leader within highly sophisticated, portable security systems is now offering the opportunity to join their Surrey based facility as an Electronics Design Engineer. Working within their Hardware Design team you will be responsible for design and implementation of the next generation of core technology for data acquisition.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a highly technical Design Engineer to join a company who will give you access to innovative technology whilst offering you the chance to progress your career. You will be designing, developing, modifing and evaluating electronic parts, components and integrated circuitry for electronic equipment whilst determining design approaches and parameters.
As a dynamic Electronics Design Engineer you will be responsible for:
+ Design, code and debug low level applications primarily using 'C' for FPGA processors, microcontrollers and embedded microprocessor systems.
+ Hardware bring-up of U-Boot and embedded Linux on bespoke processor modules
+ Bring up of FPGA microblaze systems & peripherals such as PCIe with the Xilinx Vivado SDK.
+ Develop GUIs and script-based tools for EDA and hardware prototype testing (TCL Python).
+ Realise algorithms defined by floating point models using software hardware co-design.
+ Practical hands on bring up, test and diagnostics of board level hardware.
+ Authoring of engineering documentation to established team procedures.
You will be able to showcase the following skills / experience as a Electronics Engineer:
+ Proven track record of software development targeted at embedded processor systems.
+ Bring-up experience of bare metal and Linux on bespoke hardware.
+ Lab test equipment, oscilloscopes, DVMs, PSUs.
+ Practical hands on approach to working with circuit boards.
+ Hardware savvy with knowledge of circuit diagrams, FPGAs, Verilog and signal waveform.
+ Working knowledge of Matlab for modelling and measurement analysis.