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Contract Electronics Engineer

  • Location: Cambridge
  • Sector: Analog / Power, Digital / FPGA
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: LMP35955/1
  • Rate: £40-45 per hour
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Job description

The Redline Group are working in partnership with our Cambridge-based client to find an experienced Contract Electronics Engineer to provide key technical expertise during a period of new product development.

Joining a team seeking rapid expansion, you will be responsible for designs which can be used across a range of industries including medical, consumer electronics and automotive.

Key Skills Required - Contract Electronics Design Engineer, Cambridge:
- Analogue and Mixed signal circuit design experience
- Design for low noise
- Strong experience with Altium designer

For more information or to apply for the Contract Electronics Design Engineer opportunity in Cambridge, please contact Laura Preston - LPreston@Redlinegroup.Com quoting reference LMP35955/1

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