Graduate Electronic Design Engineer

Job Title: Graduate Electronic Design Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire
Salary: £20000.00 - £26000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: J893540_1509705319
Contact Name: Ben Evans
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 03, 2017 10:35

Job Description

Graduate Electronic Design Engineer

Russell Taylor are actively recruiting for a Graduate Electronic Design Engineer to work in an exciting R&D team within the Oil and Gas Industry. The role focuses on products related to gas flow control, monitoring, data acquisition, remote satellite telemetry and gas emissions monitoring.

Primary Duties:

* You will work for the first 6 months in Loughborough University learning the calibration process, understanding the principles of how the product works
* You will work with directors and engineers / sales engineers alike and will work on diverse topics.
* You will be working at the forefront of numerous technologies in micro engineering,
* Using and utilising the most advanced materials for improving the largest of processes and measurement techniques.
* Design product components and assemblies, design electronic circuitry to control new and innovative technologies in the pursuit of gas properties monitoring.
* Researching leading edge components and technology.
* Prepare specifications for purchased products
* Design, review and approve models, drawings and P&ID's
* Prepare technical reports and presentations.
* Ability to work in a multi-task, high-paced environment.
* Must be self-directed and able to prioritise responsibilities.
* Adhere to QHSE policies and laws at all times

Secondary Duties:

* Liaison with other departments, i.e. procurement, operations
* Perform other duties within skill set as allocated by management
* Support other departments as a technical point of contact, i.e. Manufacturing and Sales


* Electrical / Electronic Engineering Degree or related
* An understanding of chemistry, physics, would be advantageous
* Exposure to pressure equipment would be advantageous.