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ARQUIMEA RESEARCH CENTER is hiring an Electronics Engineer. The successful candidate will have knowledge of designing electronic instruments with passion for electronics to join our R&D team.
We are a highly multidisciplinary private research centre. We encourage you to apply if you enjoy totally random conversations about several topics apart from your area expertise, such as space, quantum physics, lab equipment and testing, disruptive tech… anything cool and nerdy, really!
Tasks to be performed:
- Work in a multidisciplinary team researching and developing electronics equipment for different sectors (industrial, biotechnology, robotics, …).
- Testing of electronic devices designed at ARQUIMEA.
- Design, implement and deliver sensing systems setups.
- Participate in tasks related to new product development including planning, task estimation, design, design verification, peer review, integration and release.
- Participate in the design of the housing for instruments (3D printing).
- Create and maintain comprehensive technical project documentation.
- Participate in the analysis and specification of electronic subsystems and participate and lead design reviews.
- Plan and execute tasks in collaboration with the product team to ensure project objectives are met.
- Evaluate and recommend hardware development process improvements in collaboration with engineering management.
- Participate in the preparation of R&D proposals.
Required skills, experience and candidate profile:
- University degree in Engineering or Physics with knowledge in electronics.
- Solid basis in electronics design.
- Design schematics and PCB layouts for mixed-signal electronic circuits.
- Circuit capture tools as well as simulation tools at system and circuit level (specifically Altium).
- Experience in component testing, excellence in laboratory equipment use and setting up test systems.
- Open minded and ready to be challenged with multi-disciplinary R&D projects.
Additionally, we will also value experience in the following areas:
- Experience in optoelectronics will be positively valued.
- Experience with low noise instrumentation is a plus.
- Research skills.