Electronic Instruments Engineer

  • Location
    Spennymoor, Durham
  • Salary
    £ 35000 - £ 50000 / Year
  • Category
    Engineering, Aerospace, Automotive - Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Engineering, Aerospace and Automotive
  • External Reference

Adecco Sunderland are working with global client based close to Durham who are looking for a Electronic Instruments Engineer to join their team on a permanent basis. As the Electronic Instruments Engineer, you'll be part of the Hand Tools, Accessories, and Storage team.

You will have many responsibilities, some will include:

    • Develop new electromechanical designs and subsequently build physical prototypes to support product development

    • Collaborate with cross functional groups such as manufacturing, test, firmware, CAE, sourcing, and marketing

    • Contribute to FMEA (don't add this: failure modes and effects analysis) sessions, design reviews, and product tear downs

    • Conduct root cause analysis and establish corrective action plans

    • Create and maintain product life cycle documentation

    • Develop and execute test plans to qualify new product and components

    • Integrate the needs of end users, manufacturing, and product service

To be considered you must have the following:

    • BS degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related field

    • 1-3 years of related experience in product design or manufacturing

    • Working knowledge of electronic assemblies, printed circuit boards, injection moulded parts, sheet metal, and machined components

    • Working knowledge 3D CAD design (CATIA V5 preferred)

    • Working knowledge of tolerance stack ups, and GD&T

    • Desired: Understanding of lasers, lighting, and optics

    • Familiar with electronic test equipment, oscilloscopes, and various sensors

    • Ability to think creatively to develop ideas that can be protected by patents

    • Quick study - able to gain a fact-based understanding of current product market and understand end users

    • Good communication skills: strong interpersonal skills, able to explain technical analysis to cross functional team

    • Strong analytical skills to review data and generate recommendations

    • Willingness to challenge "conventional" thinking, independent

    • Good planning and project management skills, self-starter

To discuss this fantastic opportunity further please send your CV in today.

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