Location: Hybrid/ Travel to site as required
Job type: Staff
Delkia is a specialist Systems Integrator operating throughout the UK and Internationally for safety-related and mission-critical systems in highly regulated sectors, including Aerospace, Maritime, Defence and Clean Energy.
Our offering includes system integration, engineering design, technical consultancy, and complex control systems support, all of which are harnessed specifically for each project’s needs, maturity and technology requirements.
We have an exciting opportunity to appoint an experienced Electronics Hardware Engineer to join our dynamic team at Delkia.
Overview of the role
The Electronics Hardware Engineer will develop and regularly review new electronic designs for control and imaging detection systems within the aerospace, defence, and maritime and clean energy sectors, as well as supporting on internal research and development projects. You will play a key role in ensuring designs meet safety and environmental regulations and best practice.
The Electronics Hardware Engineer will demonstrate accountability for functional, business, and broad company objectives. In this role you will integrate and develop engineering practices that meet business needs across the organisation, manage complex issues within functional areas of expertise, manage and develop teams, be involved in long-term planning, and contribute to the overall business technical strategy for simple and complex systems.
Demonstrable knowledge of electronic hardware architecture and design principles particularly around Microprocessors and Power supply design
Direct management of SQEP and team discipline from a skillset perspective
Provide an exceptional customer service
Monitor compliance of designs against system / subsystem derived and allocated requirements.
Satisfy the requirement set through design and development activities.
Define the Hardware Test and Acceptance Specifications.
Offering innovative hardware solutions to technical challenges, fulfilling requirements
Desired Qualifications / Prerequisites
Experience in delivering solutions in accordance with customer needs
Extensive experience in sector
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ideally a degree qualified or equivalent (desirable)
Ideally a Member of Professional Association (desirable)
Experience of printed circuit design principles
Experienced in CAD systems for schematic entry and PCB layout. (e.g. Cadence Allegro tools, Autodesk Eagle and PSpice)
Experience of reverse engineering preferable
Working knowledge of FPGA, PLDs, SoC design and verification for embedded systems applications
A good understanding of regulatory requirements for aerospace complex hardware design
Ideally knowledge of complex systems and power supply designs, being cognisant of new technologies but also older obsolescence challenges (ideally gained in a maritime, avionics or similar environment)
Ideally demonstrable knowledge of the principles of electronic hardware testing and diagnostics and test case development
Training and Development
Excellent Company Standards
Company Bonus Scheme
Great team spirit
Organisation social events
Based in Preston and Cumbria, Delkia is a specialist Systems Integrator in systems engineering design and systems integration in the Aerospace, Maritime and Defence and Clean Energy sectors.
To deliver innovative value-for-money products and services to customers to enable safe and secure operations.
To become the leading British Systems Integrator and partner of choice for high-integrity and mission-critical systems.
Collaboration and Teamwork
Integrity, Trust and Accountability
Safety and Security
Social Value and Impact
Delkia is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
You must be suitable to meet security vetting requirements.
All applications will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.
How to apply:
If you require any reasonable adjustments during any part of the application process, please get in touch to discuss.