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BHGE have an opportunity for a Senior Electronics Engineer to provide ongoing electronic and electrical design expertise for BHGE Sensors, Zenith Product Line based in UK. Essential Responsibilities:
Support the continuous improvement of the electronic design of the companies downhole telemetry systems by;
- Working with engineering and operational colleagues to assess and implement potential improvements.
- Demonstrating the suitability and robustness of design changes via calculation and analysis.
- Demonstrating changes implemented are in accordance with relevant codes of practice (where applicable).
- Checking of and where required production of drawings of electronic and electrical PCB assemblies.
Support the global sales team by;
- Providing technical input into proposed new designs.
- Ensure equipment is designed for manufacturing.
- Ensure equipment is designed for test.
Support BHGE product development by:
- Production of electronic circuit design, including relevant calculations in support of the new development of Zenith downhole gauge / telemetry systems.
- Production of conceptual designs for new electronic surface equipment and downhole tools.
- Develop and optimise conceptual designs through simulation.
- Produce prototype designs and support manufacture.
- Production of design reports.
- Produce test plans and coordinate new product testing.
- Production of test reports.
- Bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering or other relevant technical degree (i.e. Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering) with equivalent experience. Minimum upper class 2:1 is essential
- Proven experience working in a similar role with strong experience including the design of oilfield (preferably downhole) equipment is essential
- Good understanding of electronic design, analytical and numerical design techniques.
- Conversant with Altium and Spice modelling software is essential
- Awareness of (PLM) Product Lifecycle Management systems would be an advantage.
Locations:Salary CompetitiveClosing Date for Applications 1st November 2019
- Self-driven with a positive attitude to new challenges. Comfortable working alone and within teams.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- A practical background prior to or since achieving academic qualifications would be very advantageous. For example, applicant may have served an engineering apprenticeship and worked in a relevant discipline prior to university.
- Conversant with the electrical simulation software including SPICE and LISA.
- Experience in the design of permanent downhole production monitoring equipment.
- An understanding of the various artificial lift techniques employed in the recovery of hydrocarbons worldwide.
- Awareness of relevant codes / standards associated with the CE certification of electronic products including EN 61010.
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