Inertial Electronics & Systems Engineer

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Stream Resourcing are working closely with a leading Defence client who are still heavily recruiting despite the pandemic. They have not furloughed or made any staff redundant and have a very healthy order book going into the new year.

All work is currently remote unless there is a requirement to be onsite which is expected for the next 6 months or so. Post COVID there will be the flexibility of working a couple of days onsite weekly / biweekly.

The Opportunity

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a proactive and driven electronics engineer to join our Navigation Sensors Group.
The Team are responsible for the specification and assessment of Navigation Sensors for the client, such as inertial and satellite navigation equipment.
The successful candidate will work within the inertial sensors team and apply proven understanding of electronics for the specification of inertial systems The Role

As an experienced Inertial electronics engineer, you would have detailed understanding of rate sensors and accelerometer technology and their application into Inertial Measurement Units to allow requirements to be created.

Monitoring supplier and technology roadmaps and identifying cutting edge and future technologies for investment.
Supporting sub assembly and equipment assessment trials as part of an international team.
Undertake research and design activities as part of an international team.
Monitoring supplier and technology roadmaps and identifying cutting edge and future technologies for investment.
Collaborating with suppliers and researchers of Navigation Sensors and related technologies.
Designing and conducting laboratory tests.What's in it for you?

This role offers an opportunity to be part of a successful team working to develop new and innovative solutions to address complex customer requirements.
You will develop expertise in navigation sensors; both conventional and cutting-edge technologies.
Involvement in the strategic growth of a rapidly evolving team.
Collaborative working with UK-wide & European travel.
You will take a key role in several multi-national research programmes.
The work is technically challenging, innovative and rewarding. The variety of work offered within the team also presents an excellent opportunity for personal development.What's great about the team?

You will be joining a growing team with both the motivation to excel and a good team spirit. You will have the opportunity to apply your experience and enthusiasm for navigation sensor technologies to support the development and production of some of the most advanced missile systems in the world. Navigation sensors are a critical technology for missile systems and therefore the team has frequent exposure to high-profile, fast-paced projects with rewarding opportunities. The team is very closely linked with the navigation sensors team in France with associated regular travel opportunities.

What are we looking for?

A technical background and experience in electronic engineering disciplines or physics.
Working knowledge of RLG, FOG, MEMS and accelerometers.
An appreciation of RF would be advantageous
Appreciation of system design & integration challenges
Experience with good systems engineering practices.
Modelling skills including proficiency with tools such as MATLAB and/or Simulink

* You must be SC cleared / clearable to apply *

stream is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy
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  • CV-178211
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