Stannah

  • Senior Electronic Hardware Engineer

    Job Locations UK-Andover
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(05/06/2018 09:57)
    Job ID
    2018-1785
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
    Closing Date
    30/06/2018
  • Overview

    Founded 150 years ago by luminary engineer Joseph Stannah, we are a company with both proud engineering heritage and a clear vision for our future.

    Building on the success of our recent product launches, supported by an impressive 136 patents, we have an exciting Product and Technology Road Map showcasing products that, through innovative design and engineering will deliver true benefits to our customers. We need creative Mechanical, Software and Hardware problem solvers of all levels to join the business and help make these ideas happen.

    If you want to be challenged in an environment where ideas and innovation are encouraged; delivering products that make a difference to people’s lives then we want to hear from you.

     

    What are we looking for?

    We’ll expect you to be proficient in electronic hardware development, creation of design documentation from requirements to architectures and then documenting your design calculations and simulations which you will then link to a design DFMEA.

    We also expect you to be a great communicator with colleagues not only from our other engineering disciplines but also the rest of the business from marketing to product and production support. Occasionally you will also be expected to communicate with customers and suppliers. You will hold a HNC/Degree (or equivalent) in an engineering discipline relevant to electronic hardware engineering.

    Responsibilities

    We would love you to have experience or knowledge in:

    • Analogue and digital electronics design principles for power electronics or motor drive and control solutions.
    • DC electrical wiring systems.
    • Understanding of the design and development of electrical / electronic systems, which may include microcontrollers, safety critical elements, motor control, comms protocols (RF/infrared/board level), user display and sensor technology.
    • Understanding of the design and test of solutions to the requirements of EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
    • Basic understanding of software / firmware and how it interacts with a system.
    • Have experience of developing electronics hardware in industry or an equivalent research and development organization.

    Qualifications

    You will hold a HNC/Degree (or equivalent) in an engineering discipline relevant to electronic hardware engineering.

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    What is it like to work at Stannah?

    We are a private family owned company and treated as a member of the family. Stannah’s approach is to invest in people and tools to ensure our products meet market, standards, and customer expectations upon design and performance.

    We are award winners for ‘Investors In People’ and regularly train staff to ensure correct skills for the job, and to allow investigation for new avenues of development. Our facilities are continually invested in to provide a good working environment which is appealing and productive.

    Our staff are friendly, approachable, diverse and committed to producing quality products to aid our customers mobility

    Our Package

    We do our best to treat all our staff equally and offer employees the following perks:

    • Quarterly Performance Bonus
    • Health Cash Plan through SimplyHealth
    • Competitive Salary
    • Competitive Pension; up to 8% put in by Stannah.
    • Stannah Rewards Scheme; Discounts from 1000s of retailers.
    • 25 Days holiday + Bank Holiday; with the option to buy up to a further 5 days!
    • Flexible working catered to individual needs including remote working.
    • Early finish Fridays.
    • Latest technology and state of the art facilities.
    • On-site subsidised canteen.
    • Commutable; Easy access from London, South Coast & South West.
    • Social club offering lots of trips throughout the year.

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