Principal FPGA Engineer

Ref No. BHN530751
Location Luton, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6 months)
Job Status Open

Introduction

A Globally established Aerospace company and looking for x4 FPGA Engineers on a contract basis to work from their site in Luton.

Important

FPGA Engineer

The Job

A Globally established Aerospace company and looking for x4 FPGA Engineers on a contract basis to work from their site in Luton.

We are looking for a talented, enthusiastic, experienced Contract Engineer to join our Firmware Team at Luton. You will have considerable experience designing Firmware architecture using FPGA technologies and tools from either Xilinx, Intel (Altera) or Microsemi (Actel). Experience of fast interfaces such as PCIe, Ethernet, JESDC is also required. You need to be able to use advanced verification techniques such as VHDL or System Verilog / UVM.

Familiarity with Model Based Engineering using Matlab and Simulink tools is also an advantage. You are able to undertake analysis of system level requirements to derive detailed Firmware requirements, and then adopt a methodical approach to the full firmware design lifecycle; working to a structured firmware process such as RTCA DO-254 or similar. Ability to steer the Firmware aspects of any design, provide technical knowledge, mentoring and assistance to other engineers as required.Providing budget, cost and schedule input to proposals might be part of this role.

Your role in the design of complex FPGAs will form part of our self-protection systems installed on fast jet, UAV, land and naval platforms.You will work with the support of world class experts in their field, using world class facilities to deliver designs that meet challenging future customer requirements.

Your role may require you to work on-site for 4 out of 5 days.Due to the nature of our work, you must have 5 years UK residency.In addition you must be capable of achieving full SC security clearance with access to UK Eyes Only and ITAR export control information.

 

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