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Graduate Electronics Engineer – Complex R&D

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Electronics Engineering Graduate to join a leading medical devices company in Cambridge as part of their 2023 intake.

You will be utilising your research and development experience gained in academia to come up with novel solutions to complex engineering problems on the company’s healthcare technology. You will be joining a team of physicists and mechanical engineers with the sole aim of solving real-world engineering problems.

Although this is a graduate role you will have the opportunity to work on the company’s products from day one and help shape future research and development pipelines, whilst being mentored by world-class engineers.

If successful you will be developing real-time electronics and control systems and designing analogue and digital circuits that interface with sensors and actuators. This means that your day-to-day will involve electronics design, microcontroller programming, testing and possible FPGA design. The team is agile and flexible, and you may also be working on different aspects to the technology.

It is a tight-knit team where personality and work ethic are extremely important. The company are striving for a step-change in the medical devices market and are deeply passionate about this mission.

To be considered for the Graduate Electronics Engineer position you will need to have a passion for electronics and research coupled with a strong and relevant academic record. Coding knowledge in C or Python is advantageous as is embedded software exposure.

If your degree was more focused on software, we are also recruiting for an embedded software graduate.

In return for your hard work the company offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package as well providing excellent career progression opportunities and hands on training.

For more information make an application now and a member of our team will be in touch with more details.

Newton Colmore Consulting is a highly specialist recruitment consultancy operating 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 throughout Europe and the US.

Employment Type
Beginning of employment
2023 graduates
Duration of employment
Medical Devices
Job Location
Working Hours
Monday to Friday
Date posted
17th October 2022
Valid through
30th January 2023
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Apply below or email directly: matthew.lowdon@newtoncolmore.com

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