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Graduate FPGA Engineer Role.

Updated: Aug 3, 2023

Adiuvo are looking for a graduate engineer to join our awesome team to help develop FPGA, Embedded Software and Electronics.

About Adiuvo – We are a small company with a global reach and reputation, at the cutting edge of FPGA / SoC development. We develop FPGA / SoC, software and electronics for a range of applications from satellites to automotive and pretty much everything in between. We work with some of the largest names in industry and have a track record of delivering.

Our current projects include

  • High performance space imager.

  • Optical satellite communication.

  • Satellite payload thermal control.

  • Internally designed space development board.

Up Coming Projects include

  • Machine learning for satellite telemetry.

  • High performance, low power space camera for rovers and satellites.

You can find more about our projects and company on our website

What we offer – We realise that as a graduate engineer you want to demonstrate your capabilities as an engineer, while at the same time growing and refining your craft. We are not going to offer you a boring graduate development scheme, where two years in you are wondering still what “real” engineering is like. What we are going to offer is the ability to work on cutting edge devices and projects, supported by some of the best FPGA developers in the business.

To help you grow in capabilities and confidence we will provide structured projects, professional training and mentorship.

What is it like working for Adiuvo

Our development process – We focus heavily on model based design, this flows throughout the projects from initial concept and requirements / systems engineering to implementation.

To achieve this we leverage tools such as Enterprise Architect, Matlab Simulink (with appropriate HDL generation capacities) High Level Synthesis and of course plain old fashioned VHDL and occasionally even Verilog.

Boards we have lots of Boards!

The best way to learn and grow confidence is to see your design working on real hardware. We also want to know about new devices and how to get the best from them. Adivuo has over 100 different types of development boards from AMD Versal and Alveo to Spartan 7 we have a range of boards you can use to try out.

The boring (ish) bit - Our working hours are pretty flexible and while we have an office in Harlow. We do offer hybrid working with the ability to work from home as necessary or be present in the office if hands on work or collaboration is required. We strive to be a good employer and offer a competitive package.

About you – A upcoming or recent graduate with a good degree in electronics or similar. Either a Bachelors or Masters is fine.

It would be great if you had experience with some of the major FPGA development flows such as AMD, Intel, MicroChip or Lattice.

Due to the nature of some of the work we undertake you must be a UK resident and have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

If you wish to apply please send your CV to

No Agencies thanks


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