Electronics development engineer.
Electronics development engineer
€60000 - €90000 per year|
Electronics development engineer / embedded systems
My clients develop and builds high-performance pulsed lasers with subpico to nanosecond pulse durations, based on their disk laser technology. Disk lasers are used in large numbers worldwide for research and in industrial production.
They are a small, motivated team and offer flexible working hours in a cooperative working atmosphere. The workplace is easy to reach by public and private transport. If you love working holistically and don't appreciate the wide-ranging division of labor in larger companies, you've come to the right place.
Your tasks include:
- Commissioning and debugging of the newly developed PCBs for laser control and monitoring
- Programming the microcontroller control
- Layout of circuit boards
- Test installations and commissioning of analog and digital circuits
- Supporting colleagues with problems with electronics
- Completed technical training in the field of electrical engineering, successfully completed engineering studies with a focus on electrical engineering or comparable qualification
- Experience with Eagle or comparable layout software
- Experience with embedded software systems
- Knowledge of PLC programming is advantageous
- Knowledge of English for work communication
- Willingness to undertake limited business trips
If you'd like to know more please reach out to me via firstname.lastname@example.org
Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.Samuel Hegarty
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