Radar Systems Architect

Radar Systems Architect, Fareham, Circa £65,000 (Flexibility for the right candidate) + Competitive Package and Relocation Assistance

A global organisation is seeking a Radar Systems Architect to join their team on a permanent basis to work at their site in Fareham.

Working within a high technology environment the Radar Systems Architect will be responsible for the architecture and implementation of future radar products and systems including the development of a new product.

Other responsibilities include: Full life cycle product development; Simulation on how radar works; Improvement of current radar production i.e. obsolescence, production and test issues etc; Working closely with Product Manager on product development strategy.

In order to be considered for this position candidates need to be educated to at least degree level in Electronics Engineering, Systems Engineering, Physics or a closely related subject. In addition to this, candidates need to have a strong experience in radar development or similar i.e. sonar development or Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). This experience is likely to have been gained from industries including Aerospace, Automotive, Marine, Maritime or Academia. Simulation experience is also a must, and as such candidates must have strong experience using simulation tools such as Matlab or Simulink etc. It would be advantageous to have experience / knowledge in any of the following areas: Algorithm development, Signal Processing, Interference rejection, Radar optimisation, Waveform optimisation, Hardware Design, RF, Microwave or EMC.

This role for a Radar Systems Architect is commutable from Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham, Chichester, Havant and other areas within Hampshire and the South Coast.

For more information or to apply for this position please contact Charlie Skinner on 02392 322398 or cskinner@streamresourcing.com

stream is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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