Image Processing/Digital Signal Processing Engineer

Ref: AH/ 2000267

Location: South Cambs

Our client is a consulting engineering practice, south of Cambridge. They currently seek an engineer with image processing experience to join the imaging team, who are developing novel algorithms for a wide range of applications from medical to avionics.

The role mixes algorithm exploration with implementation and integration on a number of different processor/hardware platforms. Although the position will be focused on image processing, we are also keen to hear from engineers with a more general digital signal processing background who have solid mathematical and implementation skills.

The responsibilities of the role include identifying innovative solutions to customer problems, analysing and optimising the most appropriate mathematical approach and working with others to integrate the solution into a working system.


We would expect successful candidates to have the following skills and experience:

  • A good degree in engineering, maths or computer science
  • C, C++ or an equivalent high level language
  • Knowledge of image processing techniques
  • Algorithm exploration and implementation (possibly in a non-imaging area)


  • Real time system integration
  • Matlab
  • PC based image processing and associated graphics technology
  • A masters or PhD in a topic related to image processing

Personal Skills:

  • enthusiastic team player, but be able to work independently
  • Outgoing and willing to push your own ideas into discussions
  • Creative in looking for novel solutions to problems

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