We’re looking for a talented Compliance Engineer to join us in a permanent or temporary role based in our office in West Yorkshire.

Consult Red is a trusted partner to the digital media industry and beyond, driving innovation and delivering support through the entire product development journey.

We apply our cutting-edge experience in product development, hardware, embedded and cloud technology to help companies in all sectors to deliver connected devices and systems.

Founded by 5 engineering leaders from Pace Micro Technology in 2003, Consult Red has grown a strong reputation working with some of the world’s leading Pay TV, media and OTT operators.

Since then we’ve grown from being an embedded specialist in the media sector to a provider working with companies in other industries such as Energy and Healthcare. We’ve applied our cutting-edge experience and talent in product development, hardware, embedded and cloud technology to help customers deliver connected devices and systems.

As the world becomes more and more connected, it’s this experience that we think will drive opportunities for our clients looking to broaden their appeal and their business in the next decade.

We work with clients as a secure, discreet and reliable partner who works hard in the background, making sure everything is done on time. Our teams work from fully equipped laboratories in Yorkshire in the UK, Wroclaw in Poland and Los Angeles in the USA.

In Brief:

We’re looking for an Electronic product compliance Engineer to support our hardware design and development team and clients with various UK, EU & Worldwide regulatory compliance activities. We’re looking for someone with technical excellence and demonstrated experience of compliance and applying standards. They will join a world-class team working with leading clients in the fast moving arenas of IoT and digital TV technologies.

How You’ll Spend Your Time:

This role will allow you to develop your engineering knowledge and offer challenges to build on your existing skills. Applicants from a compliance laboratory background will have the opportunity to see things from an R&D perspective and become familiar in electronic design and engineering disciplines. You’ll form part of a team, contributing to product development, verification and overall project delivery. The results of your work will be important to our clients who operate at the forefront of technologies using embedded hardware and software.

As part of the team you’ll both develop yourself and contribute to the value we bring to our clients who operate across a wide variety of applications from the lowest power IoT devices to the highest speed home entertainment broadcast receivers. You will work in a flexible environment reporting to a Group Lead or Project Manager and will have considerable exposure to our clients and other partners. You will need to bring a sound engineering knowledge, be able to learn ‘on the job’ and have first rate communications skills.

What You’ll Need To Bring:

  • A minimum of two years working in an electronic product development, compliance or test environment.
  • Ability to understand complex engineering standards and clearly communicate them via phone, email and other methods.
  • Excellent communication skills in English, written and spoken.

Mandatory Skills

  • Demonstrable knowledge of Electronic product compliance standards, test methods and requirements for conformity to directives.
  • Knowledge of basic electronic hardware architecture and design principles.
  • Attention to detail and ability to explain, triage and resolve complex issues.
  • Ability to understand and contribute to schematics and PCB layouts.
  • Knowledge of RF measurement techniques.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of the principles of electronic hardware testing and debug.
  • Excellent problem solving skills.

Desirable Skills:

Experience with any of the following is useful, although not required. An ability and willingness to learn is just as important.

  • Schematic capture & PCB layout skills.
  • Product specification creation.
  • Knowledge of modern software and scripting techniques.
  • Familiarity with Linux and command line tools.
  • Contribute to architecture level design.
  • Design review experience and critique.

What we’ll give you in return:

  • A competitive salary which will grow with your career.
  • A twice-yearly company bonus scheme.
  • Opportunities to train, develop and grow, as well as learning from talented colleagues.
  • 25 days’ holiday as standard, rising an extra day for every year you stay with us.
  • Free on-site parking, rail season ticket support, and a cycle to work scheme.
  • Relocation assistance for those moving to the area.

Our Recruitment Process:

Once you submit your CV, we’ll send you a short online form asking you to confirm a couple of things. This will then go directly to the Hiring Manager to review.

We'll often do a short first stage telephone interview to find out more about you and to check that the role would be a good fit for your requirements.

Then, if you progress to interview stage we’ll try to cover off everything we can in one sitting, to make the process quicker for you - which means our interviews can be slightly longer than average. We want you to leave the interview with a real feel for the job and what it’s like to work with us.

So what are you waiting for? If this sounds like what you’ve been looking for just click apply to send us your details and we’ll be in touch really soon.