Employment Type: Permanent
Location: Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Start Date: Immediate
Intrinsys' sister company Integral Powertrain are looking for an ambitious Graduate Electronics Engineer to be part of their evolving team.
Integral Powertrain (IP) is a powertrain specialist that undertakes key design and development projects supporting OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. IP are experiencing substantial growth resulting from successful programmes related to next generation engines, hybrid technologies and electric traction motors. Their engineers are given creative license, encouraged to take risks and develop outstanding technology which could sculpt the future of the automotive industry.
- The Graduate Electronics Engineer will work closely with our Chief Electronics engineer, undertaking development testing of designs including control circuits and procedures.
- You will be involved in debugging the designs, fault finding and asking questions…what has happened, why did it fail and identify ways to amend and improve designs.
- You will undertake development work, building boards, testing and measuring voltage, resistance and driver chips.
- You will have the opportunity to enhance your skills in designing, developing and testing electronics circuit and systems used in our highly coveted technology.
Required Skills & Experience:
- Recent graduate with a Bachelors or Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering.
- A strong interest in automotive engineering or a quick learner who is not afraid to embrace new technologies and challenges.
- PC literate, good communication skills, be able to work as part of a successful team but also be a proven self-starter and be able to work independently.
- Excellent problem solving skills, pro-active and results driven, with a can-do attitude.
As an employee of Integral Powertrain, you would be entitled to an excellent benefits package including a contributory pension scheme, health and life assurance. Read more about the company benefits.
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