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Job – R&D Engineering Manager – RF/Electronics in Herefordshire
Location: Herefordshire, UK
Salary: £60000.00 – £70000.00 Per year
Job type: Permanent
Category: Electronic Engineering
Job Reference: BP19327/49
Posted on: 12 Oct 2017
About the Role:
A leading satellite communications company based in Herefordshire are seeking an R&D Engineering Manager – RF / Electronics to join their very well established, and growing team. This is a fantastic opportunity to lead a 25+ Engineering team, and control the development lifecycle of various satellite communications based projects. You will work within multiple industries, including Telecoms, Broadcast, Oil & Gas, Defence, Marine, etc.
This R&D Engineering Manager – RF / Electronics will lead both hardware and software teams, managing full product life-cycle and strategically improve the engineering structure of the business.
The following skills / experience will be required:
*A strong knowledge of RF / Microwave design, at subsystem and component level.
*An understanding of other R&D disciplines – Hardware, Software, Mechanical, and Electrical.
*Previous experience in either satellite communications, broadcast communications or similar.
*A proven track record in managing projects from concept through to prototype.
*Ability to manage / lead a multi-functional R&D team.
*Ability to meet with clients and assist with engineering solutions.
*To have obtained a relevant Engineering focused degree.
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