Instrumentation Design Engineer Newmove Recruitment
Location: North Dublin
Our client is a Dublin based company developing rugged IoT monitoring and detection systems for the environmental engineering sector. They are now looking to expand their team and wish to recruit an experienced Instrumentation Design Engineer
This is a key role for new product development in a rapidly growing company. It will comprise of the assessment of feasibility of sensors for a number of identified commercial opportunities with subsequent design, prototyping and testing of integrated systems. The successful candidate will be joining a team of electronics and software engineers, where specifically they would be contributing from the mechanical design perspective.
Skills and Experience
• Degree in mechanical/mechatronics engineering or related field
• Minimum 3 years’ experience in sensor instrumentation design & development
• Strong experience in project management, scope detailing and multitasking
• Strong skills in design thinking, conceptualisation, prototyping and design for manufacture
• Familiarity with sensors specification & integration
• Highly proficient in 3D CAD packages, e.g. Solidworks
• Experience in design and implementation of off-grid remote sensor instrumentation is very advantageous
• Strong work ethic and ambition • Interest in sensors, data and environmental technologies • A flair for and ability to work towards delivering user requirements • Excellent communication and time management skills • Attention to detail and high standard of quality of work
Salary: eu40-50k DOE
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