Junior Electronic Engineer

Full Time
  • Post Date: May 25, 2022
  • Apply Before: August 25, 2022
Job Description

New vacancies available for Junior Electronic Engineers interested in electronics design in a project engineering environment.

Our client specializes in the design and manufacture of power electronic and embedded control systems.  They handle projects in the electronic engineering industry from concept through to production phase and product maintenance.


  • Minimum a B Eng Electronic Engineering Degree
  • Should have interest in:
  • C/C++ (Mainly embedded Firmware)
  • C#
  • PCB design
  • Basic CAD orientation (Mechanical drawing/model evaluation)
  • Light current designs
  • Fault finding
  • Product design
  • On-site installations, support & maintenance, and implementation.


  • Derive requirements for the board or chip level
  • Design electronics to meet the requirements, using good engineering practices
  • Define internal interfaces between parts of the electronics
  • Consider system aspects that may affect the electronics, including noise and power distribution.
  • Implement the design in hardware
  • Implement the design in firmware and software
  • Test the hardware; Implement corrections as necessary
  • Generation of production data packs
  • Generation of product support documentation
  • Maintenance in existing products in terms of software changes, PCB updates, firmware changes and generation of documentation
  • Simulations of the design at various levels
  • Production assistance
  • Client assistance
  • Installation assistance
  • Derive requirements for the complex electronics
  • Ensure external interfaces match the specification, including voltage level and timing.
  • Synthesize, place and route, etc. the design
  • Program the complex electronics
  • Test the final hardware; Implement corrections as necessary
  • Perform system safety analyses
  • Identify if complex electronics can cause a hazard or are part of a hazard control
  • Ensure that design errors in complex electronics are considered as a failure mode
  • Provide safety guidance to system designers
  • Verify safety features and controls are successfully implemented
  • Identify safety verifications required, including for complex electronics
  • Assess tools used to design and implement complex electronics for safety impacts
  • Review subsystem requirements for proper decomposition from system requirements
  • Review design to verify requirements implemented, good engineering design practices followed
  • Assess implementation against the requirements and design
  • Ensure development and supporting processes (e.g., Configuration Management, ESD) are in place and followed
  • Review choice of parts; Provide guidance on preferred parts
  • Ensure electronics are assembled/manufactured to acceptable standards
  • Perform or witness testing at various system and subsystem levels
  • Ensure all requirements are adequately verified
  • Ensure software tools used for complex electronic design and programming are archived and controlled
  • Ensure complex electronic designs are captured in the Configuration Management system
  • Ensure changes to complex electronic designs are reviewed, evaluated for impacts, and approved
  • Provide official builds for formal programming/test
  • Ensure problem reporting, tracking, and corrective action occur for the system, including complex electronics