We like problems at Frazer-Nash. Our Electronic & Embedded Software Engineers work on the niche, the critical, and the novel challenges our clients face today.
Our people join us to make an impact on the world and to learn from some of the best minds in the industry. Our people stay with us because they value our highly supportive team environment and the career opportunities provided by our sustained growth.
Is consulting for you?
Are you someone who can look beyond the task presented to understand and articulate our clients’ needs?
Are you someone who has a desire to apply their technical skills to tackle problems in new industries?
The Electrical and Electronic Engineering Area of Frazer-Nash support our clients providing world leading design lifecycle support to their enterprise, equipment and plant operations.
Our people are at the very heart of what we do, they care and are the reason our clients work with us to solve some of their greatest challenges.
Our electronics and embedded software engineers apply their technical skills to tackle problems on behalf of our clients; to take a systems view to consult and understand their needs and deliver sustainable and safe solutions that truly add value.
We typically work on high end engineering projects either within regulated industries, critical national infrastructure or where there is a real technology challenge such as safety system design or production of novel prototypes to demonstrate innovation.
Our Electronic and Embedded Software Engineers provide such services as – safety critical electronics design, rapid prototyping, control algorithm and real-time system development, model based systems design, FPGA and CPLD design and analysis, hardware in the loop systems, aging and obsolescence support, failure forensics and digital communications.
Are you ready to apply and develop your electronic and embedded software engineering skills to solve our clients’ challenges?
Ohms Law doesn’t change from a nuclear powerplant to an autonomous electric vehicle; we deliberately do not silo or sectorise individuals, we look to take and develop their technical skills and support them to deliver solutions within the requirements of all sectors.
As a Frazer-Nash Graduate Electronics Engineer you can expect to be tasked on real world problems from the get-go. You will be responsible for delivering technical tasks within projects, liaising and networking both internally with our technical teams and externally with clients.
You will be actively involved in all aspects of the project lifecycle, from eliciting our clients’ needs, through to developing a costed technical scope and programme, to the management and technical delivery of that scope. To give a flavour of our current electronic hardware and embedded software tasking:
We support these tasks collaboratively in a hybrid manner from our offices and laboratories, from client’s sites or working from home as determined by the task.
We are looking for ambitious, intelligent and inquisitive individuals, who can solve challenging problems. We embrace diversity, innovation and collaboration at Frazer-Nash and provide the opportunity for talented people like you to work on projects that make a difference to our world.
The nature of our work means that we sometimes require staff to access Government material, it is therefore necessary for all our employees to gain appropriate security clearance.
We will apply for clearance if you have successfully been selected for a position, and we will decide if we can successfully gain full clearance on your behalf based on the content of your application. Any offer of employment is subject to this requirement being met.
At Frazer-Nash, we don’t just offer a graduate programme; we offer a career!
We will support your career development so that you achieve further professional qualifications including Chartership. Our Professional Development Scheme (PDS) is accredited by IET, and you will be assigned a mentor who will work with you to develop your own individual development plan.
You will get to work on some of the most challenging electronic and embedded software engineering projects that face us today. You will be working with clients, often in collaboration with other teams such as Mechanical and Process Design and Human Factors as well as working with industrial partners on real world problems that matter.
You will get to work with some of the very best electronic systems engineers in the UK today, our guys care and want to deliver real world solutions.
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