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Electronics Engineer Summer Placement 2021

Southampton

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Your role as a Summer Placement Electronics Engineer will be to support the design and development of our world leading electro-optical, communications and information system products under the guidance of experienced Electronics Engineering Leads. You will be introduced to utilising state-of-the-art methods, technology and tools to explore all aspects of the development lifecycle, including requirements analysis, design, implementation, test, acceptance and product support. You will interface with customers (internal and external) on many factors within the design and liaise closely with Engineers from all other disciplines including Mechanical, Software, Systems, Supportability and Design Integrity.

Leonardo in the UK Early Careers

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Electronics Engineers design, document, build and test electronics circuits and firmware designs to go into our various systems. In Electronics Engineering, you might be involved in designing for mixed signal design, power supply design, DAC/ADC, FPGA, high speed serial interfaces and video/communication processing algorithms. The opportunity will be there to engage with all of these technologies across a diverse, interesting and exciting range of products including Thermal Imaging Cameras, Vehicle Camera systems, Counter UAV systems and Electronic Warfare products.

Key Responsibility Areas

All of our Industrial Placement roles require a minimum of a predicted 2:1 grade in a relevant STEM degree discipline. Studying towards a Degree in Electronics Engineering, or other subject (eg Science, Mathematics) relevant to high tech development.

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