RF Microwave Design Engineer @ Northeast (5 Days)

HR Focus| Date Posted: 5-Mar-2021
EA Licence No: 13C6829|EA Personal Registration No: R1880292
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Job Nature:
Position Level:
Entry Level, Experienced
Diploma, Bachelor's / Honours, Masters / PhD

Job Description

Founded in Singapore in 1999 by a team of seasoned engineers and managers, our client is a global RF, microwave and millimeter-wave service company in South East Asia.


Working hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am to 6pm



  • Development and validation of RF/Microwave transmitter- and receiver- circuits using following technologies: waveguide; strip-line, micro-strip, RFIC, MIC, MMIC.
  • Detailed design of sub-circuits such as: transitions, amplifiers; filters; mixers; signal generation; PLL, signal detection, multiplexers
  • Efficient integration of RF circuitry into mechanical enclosures.
  • Design and evaluation of product prototypes and engineering samples
  • Development of test- methods and systems
  • Documentation of test results, writing reports
  • Supporting the transition from prototype designs into mass production.
  • Product cost awareness
  • Interaction with vendors and customers where appropriate
  • Continuous search of new RF solutions and technologies.
  • Close collaboration with other members of the R&D team in order to achieve on-time delivery of product developments



  • Min Degree in Electronics Engineering with emphasis on RF/Microwave circuit design
  • Min 4 years work experience in the field of RF/Microwave product development
  • Experience with RF design tools such as Advanced Design System (ADS) or Microwave Office (NI/AWR)
  • Experience with PCB CAD Software
  • Affinity with precision mechanics
  • An organized, detail-oriented and methodical work approach


To Apply:

Please attach your resume in WORD with the following information :

  • Reason for leaving last employment
  • Last drawn salary
  • Expected salary
  • Notice period


(We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified)


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