A growing Medical Devices Division is currently seeking an Electronics Engineer to contribute to the development of new Cancer Instrumentation devices, based in South Cambridge.
You will work on a wide range of electronics design tasks, including, but not limited to, power electronics, digital/analogue electronics, RF, and other complex fields such as thermal, motion control, and electro-mechanical or electro-medical devices. While it is not expected that you have experience in all these areas, having expertise in as many as possible would be advantageous.
Specifically, you will need experience working within the Medical Devices sector adhering to ISO 13485 or EN 60601 standards. You will focus on Cancer Instrumentation devices designed to improve the survival rates of cancer patients. However, experience in other Medical Devices or Scientific Instrumentation will also be considered.
The company boasts state-of-the-art labs and workshops specially designed to support your success. They also provide on-site gym facilities, nearby running and cycling tracks for your fitness needs, and wellness programs to assist you as needed.
It is expected that you hold a degree in electronics or a related field that has prepared you for an electronics engineer role within the Medical Devices sector.
In addition to the challenging work and exceptional facilities, you will receive a competitive starting salary, bonuses, pension benefits, healthcare coverage, dental benefits, and other perks typically associated with blue-chip companies.
If you are interested in working on life-saving technologies, we recommend applying now to avoid missing out on this excellent opportunity.
For further information, please do not hesitate to call Andrew Welsh, Director of Medical Devices Recruitment and Scientific Recruitment Specialist at Newton Colmore Consulting, on +44 121 268 2240, or submit an application, and a member of our Newton Colmore Consulting team will contact you.
Newton Colmore Consulting is a specialist recruitment company within the Medical Devices, Scientific Engineering, Scientific Software, Robotics, Science, Electronics Design, New Product Design, Human Factors, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance, and Field Service Engineering sectors.