Junior electronic engineer / firmware programmeR
Many Pebbles are looking to bring on board a junior electronic engineer / firmware programmer to work on ongoing research and development projects as well as other commercial projects as they arise.
Many Pebbles is based in South London (Brixton) and undertakes diverse and interesting engineering projects including wearable technologies, robotics, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and consumer electronics. No project is the same and project involvement can range from simply supporting in specific technical aspects to driving product development in its entirety from initial concept to ongoing manufacture. We work with a number of different organisations and benefit from a great deal of repeat business.
Some flexibility in working practice will be required (e.g. working on-site with clients or suppliers) and the role will likely commence as a part-time commitment with a view to moving full-time in the near future. Given the diversity of the work undertaken by Many Pebbles and the fact that we are a small team, the remit of the work undertaken will likely be broad and determined predominantly by commercial drivers.
- Accredited degree in electronic engineering or equivalent; preferably with 1 or 2 years industrial experience
- Demonstrable experience of designing and optimising electronic circuits and PCBs
- Experience in writing and optimising firmware code in C
- Strong practical skills including electronic assembly (e.g. soldering SMDs) and troubleshooting using standard lab test equipment including oscilloscopes, signal generators, power supplies, multi-meters etc
- Experience of sourcing, selecting, and the application of a wide variety of components e.g. materials, electronic components or transducers
- Organised, detail orientated and thorough
- Proactive, resourceful & highly motivated self starter with an ability to work in high output dynamic environment
- Good interpersonal and communication skills; both verbal and written
- Can do attitude with an eagerness to learn and expand capabilities e.g. potentially into mechanical design / robotics applications
- Experience of using KiCAD for designing circuits and PCBs
- Experience in Bluetooth chip-sets / implementations e.g. nRF52
- Experience of configuring and programming STM32 devices
All applicants MUST be eligible to work in the UK.
If interested please send a C.V. and Cover Letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org