JOB VACANCY – Electronics Engineer

Salary: upwards of £35,000 per annum
Type: Permanent, Full Time
Location: Bristol, BS37

Motion Impossible are looking for a new Electronics Engineer to join their Research and Development team based in Yate, Bristol.

We are specialists in robotic dolly systems and camera stabilisers, creating new and innovative ways to move cameras in film, TV and 360° VR. In December 2018, we launched the Agito, a fully modular system with interchangeable drive ends and the capability of reaching speeds of up to 35mph.

The electronic / mechatronic systems being designed involve high precision control of motors and actuators from microcontroller-based control systems via embedded software. We have an exciting roadmap of new products to develop and are looking for an enthusiastic and highly skilled engineer to join the team.

About the Electronics / Mechatronics Engineer role:
Reporting to the CTO and CEO, you will be responsible for the design and development of electronic control system hardware and embedded software of their robotic products
Co-ordinating the existing team of electronics engineers
Ensuring projects are planned and delivered to meet their timescales
Liaising with the R&D and production teams to provide end to end support to all surrounding departments

About you:
5+ years experience in a similar role
Educated to degree level or equivalent in electronics or mechatronics engineering
PCB design including drawing schematics and layout (Altium, KiCAD)
Hardware debugging skills and strong analytical mindset
Embedded software design in C and RTOS on ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers (STM32, Keil)
Knowledge of standard peripherals RS232/UART, RS485, USB, CAN, I2C and ethernet-based systems
Experience of PID tuning and motor control
Electrical systems design
Proven track record of delivering R&D projects to deadlines
Key areas of experience include: remote electric vehicles, stabilisation systems, robotics, motor control, PID tuning, control systems, user interface design and RF based remote controlled systems.
Any experience in product development for TV, Film and camera stabilisation would be a benefit.
Start date: ASAP

To apply please send a cover letter and CV to lyndsey@motion-impossible.com