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[Senior Electronic Engineer] - vaga aberta para inicio imediato
« em: 27 de Fevereiro de 2019, 11:17 »
This is an exciting opportunity to make your mark at the cutting edge of marine mammal telemetry.  The Sea Mammal Research Unit’s Instrumentation Group has a world-wide reputation in the design and manufacture of bespoke electronic tags that are attached to seals and other marine animals.  These miniature tags collect information from sensors and relay these data and animal tracks ashore – always mindful of a strict energy budget and the environmental extremes in which they operate.  We need an experienced electronic design engineer to develop the next generation of tags.

You will be proactive in translating biological challenges into novel engineering solutions - within limited resources and in a timely fashion.   You will be a hands-on designer as well as leading multiple projects efficiently.  You will be enquiring and self-motivated, and yet happy to work as part of a small innovative team.
You will have a degree in Electronics with experience relevant to this post. 

You will be able to demonstrate experience in:
Ultra low power circuit design, including specification and implementation of bring-up test plan
Practical low-level implementation of radio data systems (e.g. 3G/4G, NB-IoT/LTE-M, Iridium, Argos, UHF, Bluetooth)
Sensor interfacing.
Desirable experience includes:
Embedded programming and emulation.
Low level drivers.
Schematic capture and PCB LayoutTest and debug of electronic circuits
Encapsulated electronics in harsh environments.
Silicon Labs EFM32 Microcontroller family.
Mobile cellular embedded modules.

The post will start as soon as possible and will, in the first instance, last for three years, with the possibility of extension thereafter.  To discuss this post please contact either Phil Lovell (pl7@st-andrews.ac.uk, 01334 829182), Bernie McConnell (bm8@st-andrews.ac.uk, 01334 463280) or Mike Fedak (maf3@st-andrews.ac.uk, 01334 463218).

Closing Date: 29 March 2019
Please quote ref:  AD8459HM
Further Particulars: AD8459HM FPs.doc

School of Biology
Salary: £40,792 - £50,132 per annum*
Start Date: As soon as possible