Graduate Electronics Engineer

Job Reference AS00149   Apply for Job Now
Location Scotland
Salary 30000  
Contact Leigh Oliver  
Phone 01707 276545  
Graduate Electronics Engineer

This is an amazing opportunity to work and grow within an International technology Company.


This is a fantastic opportunity to work within the Hardware Engineering team based in Dundee. This is a multi-discipline team developing and supporting complex Mechatronic devices used in banking machines (ATMs) that are deployed worldwide.

We are seeking a Graduate/Junior Electronic Engineer who will work on electronics development and support projects that deliver new devices and improvements for our 24/7 high availability solutions. The role will specialise using the latest technology and data driven continuous improvement principles. The successful candidate will be a self-motivated team player able to demonstrate good analytical and problem solving skills, understand the importance of attention to detail and have excellent written and spoken communications skills.

Key Responsibilities:

With the support and mentoring from our senior engineers, perform innovative high speed digital and analogue design for new products
Design circuits and draw schematics so that accurate circuit information is available to the PCB designers
Contribute to VHDL FPGA firmware development
Support the efficient production, test, qualification and integration of new designs
Undertake testing and debugging of our design, ensuring that the design meets the design specification
Provide support on product design issues and product improvement (including engineering design, documentation and configuration control)


Minimum 2.1 or higher (or equivalent) in one of the following engineering disciplines: Electronics, Physics or related subject
Relevant Work experience in a similar engineering role would be an advantage


The successful candidate will be a highly focused, self-motivated individual who already has a keen interest in electronics and wants to extend their knowledge and skills. He/She should have some knowledge of:

Microprocessor & microcontroller based design
Digital logic
Analogue & Mixed Signal design
Stepper & DC motor control
Switching power supply design
Sensor technologies
Schematic entry (ECAD)
Simulation Tools
PCB layout techniques
Prototyping methods, soldering techniques and PCB rework
Various lab test equipment experience (meters, oscilloscopes, Logic analysers)
Knowledge of any of C/C++, VHDL/Verilog, Matlab, National Instruments tools would be an advantage