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    Current career opportunities

    We’re always wanting to hear from candidates who share out values: a strong work ethic, the drive to push the boundaries and a desire to be part of a team who truly care about each other as well as their clients. If that sounds like you, then please get in touch.

    To apply for any of the roles listed, please send us your CV with an accompanying letter outlining your suitability, aptitude and the skills you have that match our requirements.

    Assembly Technician

    Full Time – UK Head Office

    applied acoustics is a globally respected, independent manufacturer of high value marine related electronic-acoustic products that include underwater positioning and tracking systems, and a market leading range of subsea geological survey equipment. Established for more than 35 years, our award-winning company has an international client base spread across many ocean related industry sectors, and is supported by a global distributor network with locations on every continent.

    To further expand recent growth, we have an exciting opportunity for an Assembly Technician to join our production team. The candidate will support our team of technicians and engineers in delivering the highest quality mechanical, electrical and electronic sub-assemblies that will become the core of our complex range of underwater products. All products are assembled to detailed CAD drawings for quality and consistency.

    Duties will include:

    · Soldering cable assemblies

    · Electronic Assembly

    · Preparing electrical assemblies for PU (polyurethane) moulding

    · PU moulding and finishing

    · Preparation of housing assemblies for pressure test

    · Parts kitting and box builds

    · Cable assembly

    · Working accurately to CAD assembly drawing packs

    The Candidate:

    The successful candidate will have a keen eye for detail and be willing to learn, engineering-based experience and qualification would be an advantage but full training would be given. We work on assemblies including precision mechanical, mouldings, electrical and electronic wiring and electronic PCB’s. Awareness of health and safety, technical drawings and document change control are beneficial.

    Experience with the following would be advantageous, although the necessary training will be carried out for the right candidate:

    · PU moulding

    · Able to interpret technical drawings

    · Mechanical assemblies

    · Wiring assemblies

    · Soldering assemblies

    · Knowledge at user level of MS office

    Electronics Support Engineer

    Full Time – UK Head Office

    Job description

    applied acoustics is a manufacturer of high value marine related electronic-acoustic products that include subsea and surface positioning and tracking systems, and a market leading range of seismic survey equipment. Established for more than 35 years the company has an international client base across many industry sectors that is supported by a global distributor network.

    Due to business growth we have a vacancy for a support engineer to join our team.

    Support Engineer with expertise in some or all of:-
    Marine Geophysics and Sub-bottom Profiling; Subsea Positioning; GNSS Positioning.

    The successful candidate will be working within the service and support team on the support, service and maintenance of both client owned systems and our own demonstrator/trials equipment. You will be developing knowledge to support both internal and external clients including product testing and product development. This is varied role and some limited offshore time may be necessary for trials, client training, demonstrations and product evaluations. There may also be the need to support colleagues with other equipment from time to time.

    Desired skills, knowledge and experience:

    • Qualified to degree level or equivalent in electronics or a relevant engineering subject.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Observant, inquisitive and have an ability to solve problems.
    • Previous experience in the marine industry a distinct advantage.
    • Good attention to detail.
    • Ability to travel unhindered domestically and internationally.
    • Self motivated and a can-do attitude.
    • Participate in an out of hours support rota.
    • IT literate, familiar with MS Office applications.
    • High standard of written and spoken English.

    The work will be based at our premises in Great Yarmouth.

    In return we offer:

    • Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
    • Admission to the company pension scheme with additional company contributions.
    • Profit related bonus (Annual).
    • Starting Leave is 22 days, plus statutory, per annum which increases with time served.
    • Possibility of some home-working once up to speed, dependent on the task in hand.
    • Relocation expenses.

    Ability to Commute:

    • Great Yarmouth NR31 0NB

    Electronics Design Engineer

    Full Time – UK Head Office

    We are looking for an experienced embedded electronics design engineer to join our team. The ideal candidate will have a ‘hands-on’ attitude and have at least 2 years of experience designing embedded control systems. The role crosses all of our product lines for the development of new equipment.

    Key areas of expertise:

    Embedded Systems

    • STM 32 and PIC 18 controllers
    • Embedded firmware development in C / C++ language
    • Low level driver development
    • Interfacing with sensors and motors

    FPGA Design

    • VHDL programming and IP integration of Xilinx and Microsemi FPGA devices
    • Driver development for memory and communication interfaces

    Hardware Design

    • Digital and Analogue circuit design
    • Mixed signal multilayer PCB design, ideally using Altium
    • Circuit simulation
    • Debugging prototype hardware
    • Interfacing with Sensors and DC motors
    • Battery operated low power systems

    Communication Protocols

    • Ethernet (TCP/IP), RS232, RS485
    • SPI, I2C
    • Bluetooth Low Energy

    Desired skills, knowledge and experience for our engineering team:

    • Qualified to degree level or equivalent in a relevant electronics subject
    • Good communication skills
    • Observant, inquisitive and have an ability to solve problems
    • Good attention to detail
    • Ability to work independently or as part of a team
    • IT literate, familiar with MS Office applications
    • High standard of written and spoken English

    Logistic Operations Administrator

    Full Time – UK Head Office

    aae technologies is a globally respected, independent manufacturer of high value marine related electronic-acoustic products that include underwater positioning and tracking systems, and a market leading range of subsea geological survey equipment. Established for more than 35 years, our award-winning company has an international client base spread across many ocean related industry sectors, and is supported by a global distributor network with locations on every continent.

    To support recent growth, we have an exciting opportunity for a Logistic Operations Administrator to join our growing and dynamic team, and support our logistic operations globally.

    The successful candidate is expected to have the following skills, knowledge and experience to fulfil this role:

    • Knowledge and training in import/export customs procedures, incoterms, inward processing & strategic export controls.
    • Good communication skills to ensure clear, concise and accurate information is conveyed to colleagues and external parties including but not limited to customers, distributors, freight forwarders, customs clearance agents and government bodies.
    • High standard of written and spoken English.
    • Knowledge and experience of basic accountancy.
    • Good organisational and time management skills to prioritise tasks and maintain accurate records.
    • IT literate, familiar with MS Office applications and logistics software.
    • Self-motivated with a can-do attitude.
    • Previous experience in a similar role would be a distinct advantage.