Electronic Design Engineer

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Date: 14-Feb-2017

Location: Woking, GB

We take performance beyond what was thought possible, working with visionaries and leaders to move our world forwards faster.

 

McLaren Applied Technologies, part of the McLaren Technology Group, innovates using the skills, insights and experience gleaned from over 50 years of competition in the world’s most technologically demanding sport, to innovate in and also beyond motorsport. We seek to create meaningful, long-lasting performance gains that positively impact a variety of sectors and communities.

With a passion for performance excellence, we bring together a distinctive combination of technology, mindset and capabilities - including high performance design, analytics, simulation, sensing and control systems – to make innovation a reality for our partners.

Our people are dynamic with excellent technical and commercial skills.

We partner with world leading businesses across many sectors; what unites us is a desire to prevail in whatever we do. Together we strive to be the best or to go beyond what was considered to be the limit of performance.

The Role:

  • McLaren Applied Technologies develop control electronics and software for high performance applications. As a Control Electronics Engineer, you will sit within the wider Hardware Design team;
  • You will design, develop and test new and existing electronics products for applications including motorsport, automotive and aerospace;
  • You will be responsible for the electronic design of computational platforms using multiple processors, external memory, Ethernet based communications, drive stages and analogue sensor interfaces;
  • You will undertake the full development cycle from specification, design, schematic capture, through to supporting PCB layout, manufacture and assembly operations while following and developing design procedures;
  • You will design to best practices in terms of EMC, thermal management, and product reliability;
  • You will reuse sections of existing designs where possible, customising and adapting where necessary.

You:

  • Will have experience of digital electronic design for high performance multi-processor systems
  • Are able to mix digital electronic design with analogue sensor interfaces;
  • Have knowledge of how to optimise circuit design for ease of manufacture and production test;
  • Are able to take designs from concept through to market, working to challenging timescales;
  • Have a practical knowledge of functional safety standards such as ISO26262;
  • Are able to optimise component design to maximise efficiency, package density, reliability and thermal performance;
  • Can work as part of a multi-disciplinary team including hardware, software, mechanical and systems engineers;
  • Are able to engage with a broad range of stakeholders and work within a matrix organisation;
  • Have a first class or upper 2nd honours degree in a relevant electrical or electronic engineering subject, or equivalent experience.

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