Wireless Systems Engineer (Ref: 21711109)

We are seeking candidates for a newly-created Wireless Systems Engineering role. Based in Antrim, the successful candidate will be involved in research and design of new applications which are enabled by wireless technology. This role is required to support Sensata’s new opportunities in wireless-related system developments across multiple end markets.

In this role, you will:

  • Research technology developments in the field of wireless connectivity and identify competitive solutions for Sensata to develop
  • Interact with customers on a technical level to elicit their requirements and demonstrate our capabilities
  • Specify all aspects of the wireless systems, including architecture, protocols etc.
  • Work with colleagues in other design roles as part of a cross-functional team which will design and develop wirelessly-connected systems and products

The successful candidate must have an Honours degree in RF/Wireless Design, Electrical/Electronic Engineering or a related discipline. Practical experience of wireless systems design is required, and relevant experience in other technical roles may also be considered. Experience in simulation and design using communication protocols such as Bluetooth, Zigbee or other IEEE 802.15.4-related technologies will be advantageous. Experience in low-level RF design and test is advantageous but not required.

As this role requires you to work closely with customers and other teams within Sensata, excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a dynamic environment are essential. Occasional foreign travel will be required.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. As an Investor in People, Schrader is committed to the provision of training, development and promotion opportunities. A comprehensive Induction programme is also available to all our new employees.

Please note that all successful candidates must undergo a medical examination which includes a drugs test.

Schrader Electronics is an equal opportunities employer