Graduate Compliance Engineer Cambridge 2024
We’re looking for a Graduate Compliance Engineer to join our Hardware R&D Team in our office in Cambridge, UK.
Telensa is wholly owned subsidiary of Signify Holding NV. Signify is the world leader in lighting for professionals, consumers and for the Internet of Things. Signify is one of the few companies in the world to achieve carbon neutrality and our next sustainability goals are even bolder: doubling our positive impact on the environment and society by 2025.
Telensa is a leading company in technology for the Internet of Things and Smart Cities. We have more smart city devices globally, than any other company. Our products are enabling cities from Atlanta, Georgia to Wellington, NZ to significantly lower their carbon footprint and improve the lives of citizens.
The HQ for Telensa is in Pampisford, Cambridge. Telensa is active in the UK, US, Canada, Middle East, SE Asia, Latin America, Australia/NZ and now leveraging the global reach of Signify.
As an employee of Telensa, you are right at the heart of our business. You will work with cross-functional teams to translate our customers’ dreams into impactful solutions that keep us ahead of the market.
As a Graduate Compliance Engineer you will quickly start to work with our hardware products and learn about relevant regulatory requirements and test processes covering radio, EMC and safety aspects. Your activities will include pre-compliance testing, reviewing and researching design information, preparing formal documentation, preparing product samples, supporting formal compliance testing and performing some hardware design verification testing. You will develop an understanding of regulatory compliance for different regions of the world. You will work closely with the Hardware Development team, and will also work with Product Management and our global Sales teams.
What you’ll do
- Take our lighting control nodes and base station products through the full compliance campaign for different regions of the world.
- Work with third party test houses.
- Work with the development team to create test plans for new features.
- Review schematics and research safety critical component data.
- Review test reports and complete Technical Construction File (TCF) and Declaration of Compliance (DoC) documentation.
- Assist with managing the inventory of test samples, test equipment and associated documentation.
- Deliver to an agreed schedule.
- Learn new technologies relevant to the projects.
- Assist with design verification testing of new products.
Your qualifications, experiences and interests
- Degree in electronics, communication engineering or a closely related subject.
- Good communication skills, able to communicate with both technical and non-technical audiences and confidently deal with multiple stakeholders.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Ability to learn new technologies quickly to react to changing demands.
- An interest or knowledge in hardware and regulatory compliance for global markets.
- An understanding of radio technology would be of benefit.
- Driving license and own car is required.
- You live in the Cambridge area and you can easily commute to our office in Pampisford on a daily basis.
What you’ll get in return
- We foster inclusive behaviour & encourage diversity
- We drive a culture of continuous learning
- We build manager/leader capabilities
- We build a culture of praise and recognition
- We involve employees in idea creation and decision making
- We actively endorse and support Corporate Social Responsibilities
- We drive sustainable change
- We live and breathe our values – Customer First, Game Changer, Greater Together and Passion for Results
- We measure and implement actions to support employee engagement
- Competitive salary
- Generous and flexible benefits package
- Extensive set of tools to drive your career, such as a personalized learning platform where you can access learning content anytime/anywhere at no cost