Do you fancy a stimulating career applying your electronics skills to work on complex multi-disciplinary medical devices and systems? Cambridge Consultants can offer
- Variety of work
- Technical challenge
- The opportunity to prove yourself
Come and work with clever and engaging people, who are also grounded, fun, relaxed, committed, busy and successful.
It’s a fantastic place to be and we’d love to hear from you.
Main purpose of the job
As an Electronics Engineer within Cambridge Consultants you will be working on cutting edge technology developments for our clients. Projects are varied and will involve significant technical challenge and you will be working in a fast paced environment, often to tight deadlines.
Working alongside some of the most talented technical people in the world on complex multi-disciplinary medical devices and systems, you will use your excellent digital and analogue electronics skills to contribute to and lead cutting edge technology developments for our clients around the globe.
This position will offer you the opportunity to be involved in all stages of the development lifecycle, from initial concept generation through to final delivery and support, and you will be expected to take a technical leadership role.
Type of work undertaken by division/group
The Medical Technology Division undertakes development projects in four focus areas:
- Drug Delivery Devices
- Wireless devices / eHealth
- Surgical and Interventional Products
- Medical Diagnostics and Instrumentation
We combine highly creative lateral thinking with excellent technical skills and broad industry experience to form powerful development teams. Our work ranges from complete product developments to the provision of consulting services for our clients on their technology, strategy or development processes.
- Using your strong analytical skills to work with the technical team to deliver projects
- Contributing to the definition of technical solutions, systems architectures and design solutions for product or system developments
- Working with multidisciplinary teams to deliver robust system solutions and products ready for manufacture
- Managing internal and external resources to meet the design, build, test and manufacturing criteria
To meet the demanding requirements of this role you will have an excellent undergraduate degree in electronics.
You will have well rounded practical electronics experience.
Specific expertise in the following areas would be advantageous:
- Low noise design techniques for sensor interfacing
- Analogue modelling and simulation tools
- Power electronics, including power supply design and motor control
- Digital design skills
- Multidisciplinary system design skillsExcellent communication and collaborative skills are required.
Cambridge Consultants is committed to developing its employees’careers and has a flexible policy for individual capabilities and preferences. Promotion is linked to merit.