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Array Processing Engineer
Romsey

Job reference: 000473

Location: Romsey

Department: Defence

About Roke

Roke imagines a more secure world. A world where technology protects, rather than exposes. A world where expert engineers, consultants and business support staff collaborate to protect what matters most to our clients.

We are a friendly and flexible team with a culture of ‘time, trust and freedom’. The role may give the opportunity to work on client site, from the office, in shared workspaces or from home as necessary. We pride ourselves on listening to each other’s aspirations and accommodating wherever possible.

The Opportunity 

Roke are a leading technology & engineering company with clients spanning National Security, Defence, Consulting and Industry areas. We work alongside our customers to solve their complex and unique challenges. 

Your projects will be diverse – working with varying clients, across a number of sectors, using a range of skills. Consequently, we are looking for individuals able to work flexibly across projects in different domains. You might apply your skills to rapidly prototype new approaches & solutions. Equally, you may apply them to complement or advance existing solutions.

As part of Roke’s wider Communications & Sensing team, you will have the opportunity to work on a very wide range of projects from fundamental research, to consultancy, to bespoke electronic system design.
•    Contribute to design, development, integration and testing of hardware and software solutions.
•    Research and development of new algorithms or implementations.
•    Contribute expertise across a broad range of projects.
•    Develop innovative and cutting-edge solutions.
•    Responsible to Project Design Authority and Project Manager.
•    Undertaking engineering development tasks to time, budget and quality.
•    Providing estimates of complexity and identifying risks.
•    Engaging with other technical experts.


Why We Want You 

A 2:1 degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. electronics, physics, maths) is highly preferred.
You will ideally have 1 to 2 years’ experience in at least two of the following disciplines:
•    Signal processing
•    Antenna arrays
•    FPGA or digital ASIC design using VHDL
•    Mathematical modelling, for example using Matlab
•    Embedded software development
•    Digital circuit and board design
•    RF design
•    Antenna design

Some knowledge of one or more of the following domains would be beneficial:
•    Electronic warfare
•    GPS and GNSS
•    Signals intelligence
•    Radar

Beyond your technical skills, you will be proactive and able to communicate effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. You will work well alone or as part of a team. You will be curious and seek out the best approach/solution/tool for the job at hand.


Why You Should Join Us

We have a competitive salary and access to a number of additional flexible benefits, which will cover Health and Wellbeing, Savings and Protection & Life, Leisure and Entertainment. 

Roke has a great community of groups with shared interests. These enable people to share ideas and be passionate about tools, technologies & techniques, which interest them.
We are committed to a policy of Equal Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion. Our working environment is friendly, creative and inclusive. We will consider flexible working arrangements and support a diverse work-force and those with additional needs.


Security Information 

Due to the nature of this position, candidates must already hold current SC or at least be willing and eligible to obtain this. To qualify, you should be a British Citizen and have resided in the UK for the last 5 years for SC and 10 years for DV. For more information about clearance eligibility, please see https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/united-kingdom-security-vetting-clearance-levels/national-security-vetting-clearance-levels

High level clearance bonus is available and will be considered on application.


 

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