£0.00 - £45000.00 per annum
3 months ago
Are you a degree qualified Electronics Engineer who has a proven track record in FPGA design? Do you have great engineering knowledge covering digital electronics, systems and mechanical? Would you like the opportunity to work for a global, market leading business? If so, we would love to hear from you!
Morson International are currently recruiting for a Senior FPGA Engineer to join a large engineering business in Staffordshire. In this role you will join the dedicated Project Team; delivering design work for power and motor control applications. You will be responsible for a variety of FPGA activities from requirements through to verification and validation. Working as a team, you will develop FPGAs that successfully meet project objectives utilising all your skills as an Electronic Engineer.
In this role you will;
- Carry out FPGA requirements capture
- Write and execute VHDL testbech code as well a s other IV&V activities
- Conduct safety-based design and model-based design using Matlab/Simuling
- Ensure that requirements tracking, configuration control, incident reporting and project documentation is all up to date
- Support the Lab during hardware development stages
To be successful in this role, you will be an experienced Electronics Engineer who has excellent knowledge around FPGA. You will be confident in carrying out requirements captures, IV&V activities and supporting wide project teams. You will be working with Matlab/Simulin so experience of working with these would be highly advantageous for this role. Due to the nature of products you will be working on, your workload will cross a variety of engineering areas including; systems, analogue/power electronics, mechanical etc. so previous experience of working across different engineering areas would be required.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an Electronics Engineer who wants to progress their career and enhance their FPGA skill set!
For more information please contact Taylor on 0117 933 4597 or apply online today…