About The Role

Are you looking to continue your professional development and elevate your career within a forward thinking, reputable technology and product development consultancy?

As an ambitious and hardworking Electronics Technician, you will join our talented, multidisciplinary teams and work on our exciting, diverse and varied projects across the Healthcare, Industrial and Consumer sectors. At CDP you will have the opportunity to continue your professional development through a HNC Level 4 Electrical/Electronics Engineering course with a reputable College in Cambridge alongside the support and training of our expert team who will broaden your knowledge and experience while progressing your career.

We are in a beautiful rural location close to Cambridge; we offer an exciting and challenging working environment with high tech workshops and lab equipment.

You will be:
  • Supporting a multi-disciplinary team of engineers to help create electronic prototypes
  • Supporting CDP’s team of electronic engineers to find faults/tune designs for prototypes
  • Managing prototype PCB builds with the use of external manufacturers, or manage and build complex designs using CDP’s in-house population facilities
  • Confidently managing PCB designs with minimal supervision
  • Working within defined quality processes and procedures, you will be responsible for ensuring that ISO9001 (and ISO13485 where applicable) standards have been met during the PCB design and manufacturing process
  • Be able to utilise mechanical and electrical CAD packages to be able to test prototypes and design test rigs to test electrical systems
  • Liaise with appropriate internal and external stakeholders at all levels to ensure that engineering and manufacturing operations are completed in line with agreed time scales
  • Produce and maintain reports and ensure product and process documentation is completed and analysed
About You
  • BTEC level 3 in engineering or significant working experience
  • 5 GCSE's at Grade C or above, including Mathematics and English
  • A minimum of 3.5 years industry experience in a similar role
  • Creative, innovative and a strong communicator
  • Able to work to tight deadlines whilst maintaining a high standard of output
  • Willing to learn new methods and techniques whilst contributing your own ideas to making improvements
  • Passion in engineering and technology with an ability to demonstrate a hobby or interest with a practical or technical relevance
About Us
We are an employee owned company with our staff at the centre of our strategy. Employee ownership allows us to maintain full control over the direction of our business and our creative culture. Our offices are based in a beautiful rural location close to Cambridge where we offer an exciting and challenging working environment.

In return for your hard work and insightful ideas you receive; Competitive salary, Discretionary bonus, 12% non-contributory pension, Private healthcare, 25 days holiday.