Electronic Design Engineer

Purpose of Role/Key Objectives

To work as an Electronic Design Engineer within a world class Research & Development team. The role involves circuit design, testing, PCB design and simulation with primary responsibility for analogue/digital technology.  All work carried out within this department requires the need to embrace Naim’s design ethos and working practices.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Electronic design including;-

  • Analogue and digital circuit design
  • Simulation and analysis of circuits
  • Schematic entry into the CAD system
  • PCB Design
  • PCB and Circuit testing on bench. (lab work)
  • Prototyping
  • Liaising with PCB manufacturers
  • Sourcing standard samples and liaising with companies for custom samples
  • Other product testing e.g. safety, listening etc.

Meetings Attended

  • Cross-functional NPD meeting - reporting on progress to plan tasks from the R&D department (Weekly)
  • Phase Gate reviews for each project (as required)
  • R&D Stand and Deliver meetings – twice weekly
  • Individual departmental project meetings (as required)

It is the duty of all employees to ensure that processes and system of work is designed to underwrite the continued commitment to the health, safety, and welfare of all members of staff.  We will take steps to ensure that our statutory duties are met at all times, and every employee has a responsibility to co-operate with this undertaking.  We also fully accept our responsibility for other persons who may be affected by our activities.

Skills & Requirements

  • Computer skills – Microsoft and Windows applications
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Understanding of computer networks and fault finding
  • Lab work skills for measuring, fault finding, testing …etc.
  • Some workshop skills – drilling, milling
  • Knowledge of Mentor graphics ECAD preferable
  • Good time management and organisation
  • The job holder should be a good team player, able to interact with all other departments easily and have the ability to multi-task efficiently.

Qualification / Experience

  • Engineering Degree
  • Experience within the audio sector
  • Good analogue electronic design background with preferably at least two years’ experience in this function.


Southampton Road, Salisbury

Reporting to:

Head of Electronics Development

Hours of work:

You are required to work 37.5 hours a week.

A flexible approach is essential as you may be required to work outside of normal hours to achieve organisational goals. Some travel may also be necessary.