Excellent opportunities for experienced Senior/Intermediate Hardware Engineers to join a leading Electronics Manufacturer based in Cork on a permanent contract.
Reporting to a technical team leader, the engineer selected will have responsibility for working in project teams in an EN9100 environment carrying out design and development activities on Moog’s motor controller products.
Design & development of hardware (analog, digital and power electronics) for Moog’s range of servo-drive products whilst ensuring that the product designs :-
-Meets performance specifications, cost & reliability targets
-Complies with required regulatory standards
-Are designed for manufacture & test (DFM &DFT)
The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of the hardware life cycle i.e. requirements definition, architectural design, implementation, integration and testing as part of a multi-site development team.
The successful candidate will be expected to participate in design reviews and business reviews as required.
The successful candidate will be expected to work towards achieving defined project goals/milestones within tight project schedules.
The successful candidate will be expected to support a reasonable level of travel including on-site customer support.
Minimum 2nd Class (Hons) degree or equivalent in an electronics / electrical engineering course
The successful candidate should have a minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a relevant role.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Excellent mathematical and analytical skills, problem identification, analysis and problem solving abilities.
Results oriented and deadline driven with a high degree of accountability, commitment and responsibility. Ability to produce very high quality results under tight time constraints.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills to interact with senior customers, management and team members.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Barry O'Brien.