Job title: Senior Electronics Design Engineer

Location: Glasgow, Scotland

Salary: £45,000 - £55,000 per annum

Great Benefits Package

Relocation assistance available

No Sponsorship is available


Company overview & Job Title:

A high quality Technology engineering organization based in Glasgow (Scotland) who are a Global market leaders in sectors for Electronics, Industrial, Instrumentation and many more are now actively seeking to hire for a Senior Electronics Design Engineer to join the organisation on a permanent basis.


Work arrangement & relocation assistance:

1 day WFH and rest onsite in the office. Relocation assistance is available for UK based Electronics Design Engineers but no sponsorship is provided.



  • Senior Electronics Design Engineer: £45,000 - £55,000 per annum


Senior Electronics Design Key Skills:

  • 3-5+ years industry experience
  • Experience in the full product design lifecycle
  • Electronics Circuit Design (analogue & digital)
  • PCB Design & Schematic Capture
  • Design for test (DFT) & Design Manufacturing (DFM)
  • Debugging, simulation and validation of electronic and system designs
  • Practical skills – Prototyping & soldering
  • Experience of product compliance & Safety – EMC, LVD, CE Marking
  • Good communication and team work skills


Nice to have skills:

  • Embedded C
  • FPGA Development – Verilog
  • Microcontrollers – STM32, ARM Cortex Processors


Benefits Package:

  • 30 days annual leave
  • 37.5 hour working week including Flexi Time
  • Pension Contribution- 3% employee, 7%
  • Private Medical Insurance - Bupa
  • Group Health & Life Assurance Schemes
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Onsite Bistro
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Shower Facilities
  • Onsite Car Parking


If you are interested in the Senior Electronics Design Engineer role and think you have the skills required please don’t hesitate to apply or contact Frank Kanjanda at or call 01212955246 for more information and job details.


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