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Graduate hardware developer

Job description

Graduate hardware developers design PCBs or implement processing solutions in FPGAs. Designs vary from low-power microcontroller designs to high-rate network processing solutions incorporating multiple FPGAs and CPUs.

You will:

be self-motivating, capable of working independently
have a good (1st/2.1) undergraduate degree or a PhD in a numerate discipline
have a strong academic background including A’s in A level Maths and Physics
have strong verbal and written presentation skills

You will have knowledge or a strong interest in learning some of the these skills:

FPGA development in VHDL
PCB design and layout
embedded software development in C/C++

You will be responsible for:

simulating and implementing signal and image processing algorithms in VHDL for FPGAs
designing PCBs using FPGAs, SoCs, high speed network interfaces and analogue/RF signal filtering
setting to work PCBs including writing test firmware and software
developing Linux device drivers for hardware

Remuneration:

£38-40k dependent on qualifications/experience
25 days leave plus public holidays
10% contribution to pension
Income protection
Life insurance