Student Design and Development Engineer
- Development of hardware/software solutions using micro controllers including but not limited to Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Netduino using Fritz, breadboards and vero board and PCB Design.
- Windows software development (WinForms/WPF), primarily in Visual Studio using C# but may include Python, Perl, VBA, PHP, XML, HTML, XAML and Java.
- Development and execution of unit and validation tests for above.
- Preparation of documentation and help files for above.
- Modelling using Matlab, Simulink and Stateflow.
- Diagnosis of issues using electronic test benches, oscilloscopes etc.
- Utilize configuration management and work management tools (Rational Clearcase/Clearquest)
- Implement industry standard ASAM API’s (XiL, XCP, CCP etc)
- Appreciation of Hardware/Software development.
- Motivated to use initiative in the investigation of solutions.
- Willingness to work practically as well as theoretically.
- Ability to apply the skills and knowledge learnt on course to date.
- Good communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
- Will need to be able to communicate via reports, emails and presentations.
A flexible and willing attitude is essential because students will regularly find themselves encountering new situations, whilst often needing to undertake routine work.
Hours of work, 37per week
8am – 4:30pm Mon to Thurs, ½ hour lunch break. 8am – 1pm Friday, no lunch break.
In addition to statutory holidays, students receive 25 days paid holiday in a full 12 month calendar period, pro-rata for shorter periods.
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