- Communication skills
We are currently looking for an Electronics Engineer to join our expanding Tech team.
What we do
At KETS we’re passionate about solving real world security problems using the unique advantages of quantum technologies. With our unique expertise, we have crammed the power of quantum photonics into our chip-based platform allowing quantum security to become practical for the first time.
Working at KETS
We understand that our people are central to our success and that developing ground-breaking technology is only possible through their hard work, dedication and adaptability.
We offer a supportive environment which allows our people to feel confident and secure pushing boundaries, experimenting with new and innovative ideas and developing creative solutions to enable KETS to continue to grow. We hold regular information sharing sessions to ensure that our people feel connected to the KETS mission, values and strategic objectives.
Trust is important to us and we reflect this in our flexible approach to working hours, our commitment to open dialogue with all team members and our tailored approach to learning and development.
What we’re looking for
As an Electronics Engineer at KETS, you’ll be responsible for working with our Tech team to design, test and deliver electronics sub-subsystems for chip-based quantum photonic technologies for secure communications.
Your main responsibilities will be:
Development, testing, and delivery of analogue and digital electronic hardware solutions for quantum secured communication products (examples include, temperature controllers, multi-channel voltage controllers, floating current controllers, and photodiode power-meters).
Design of electronic hardware systems (including PCB schematics, layout, assembly data for external manufacture)
Testing of electronic hardware systems (analogue and digital functions)
Development and testing of micro-controller firmware (C language based)
Technical documentation detailing the developed systems
The skills and experience you’ll need
To be successful in this role you will need the following skills & experience:
Experience in design and testing of DC analogue electronics circuits
Experience in the design and testing of digital electronics (microchip microcontrollers, DACs, ADCs etc)
Experience in PCB schematic, layout, assembly, and testing
Experience in E-CAD (KiCAD and Proteus are most commonly used in KETS)
Experience in microcontroller firmware development (preferably C-language based and Microchip microcontrollers) and testing for control of digital and analogue circuitry
Experience/Familiarity with communication protocols (UART, I2C, SPI, USB)
Strong practical engineering skills in debugging, testing, electronic assembly
Excellent communication skills (verbal and active listening) with both internal and external partners
The ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team
Good project management, analysis, planning & organisational skills
Pragmatic, self-motivated and proactive
How to apply
Please submit an online application here.
If you would like to speak to a member of the KETS team before applying then just drop us an email at email@example.com – we’d love to hear from you.
NO AGENCIES PLEASE – we prefer to fill our roles without the help of recruitment agencies, thanks for respecting this.