UCL Department / Division Space & Climate Physics Location of position Dorking Grade 7 Hours Full Time Salary £32,817 - £40,332 per annum Duties and Responsibilities An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Electronics Engineer to join the Engineering Group at the Department of Space and Climate Physics (Mullard Space Science Laboratory) to support the Department’s space science instrumentation programme. The post holder will work within project teams to design, develop and test electronics sub-systems as required for the Laboratory’s space projects. There are a number of on-going flight projects that this post will be immediately involved in, including, Lagrange, Plato and Smile. Duration of the post is funded for two years in the first instance and is expected to continue after this period pending funding. Key Requirements The successful applicant should hold a university degree or have equivalent experience in electronic engineering. It is essential for the post holder to have previous training in FPGA design and verification along with established experience in the design and test of digital electronics circuitry and systems including serial data communications down to the component level. The ability to efficiently design digital & analogue circuitry at the schematic capture level using electronic components selected for optimum performance and the ability to test and debug PCBs at component level, recording and presenting the results, are also essential requirements for this position. Further Details A and person specification can be accessed at the bottom of this page. To apply for the vacancy please click on the 'Apply Now' button below. Informal enquiries should be made to Gary Davison ([email protected]
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Closing Date 1 Feb 2021 Latest time for the submission of applications 23.59 Interview date TBC
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