£50 - £70 per hour
02921 67 37 46
8 months ago
05 December 2049
Digital Test Design Engineer - Inside IR35 - Up to £70 per hour - 6 Months - Stevenage, Hertfordshire - SC CLEARED - ONSITE - SINGLE STAGE PROCESS
Yolk Recruitment are recruiting for a Digital Test Design Engineer to join our client on an initial 6 month deal out of Stevenage with the view to a long term project.
The main duty for the successful candidate will be towards the generation of test systems capable of carrying out both proof-of-design and performance tests within a world leading high-tech digital processor product business-line.
The digital processors designed are used in several of the most advanced telecommunication payloads currently in orbit, and the ability to test these complex systems relies on a wide understanding of both the RF and digital electronics that constitute the designs.
The candidate will be expected to work within product teams to capture design information, discuss and agree procedures for testing at all stages of assembly and ensure all work is sufficiently defined to allow accurate cost and scheduling data to be generated.
Main Elements of the Role are:
Software design and debug
Automatic test procedure generation
Hardware/software integration and debug
Test validation and design proving
Design and software control (versioning, documentation, technical reviews)
Work efficiently within a dedicated test system design team
Support of test activities leading to unit delivery
Very strong background in software design and implementation, especially in the context of a test application
Strong experience in scripting languages (ideally Tcl, Python)
Proven track-record in a product “design and test” business environment
Very strong background in software/hardware integration and debug
Commitment to delivering technical reports as required by the project team.
Experience of working within a product manufacture and test domain
RF test and measurement experience
Knowledge of digital electronics design and manufacture (schematic capture, PCB, FPGA/ASIC, power architecture)