Despite having endured the ‘three pronged’ impact of Covid, Brexit and the energy crisis, the UK’s job market is looking surprisingly healthy. Nonetheless, a significant labour shortage and inflation is putting pressure on employers.
One industry where skills and talents are always in-demand is the IT and engineering sectors. Gregory Martin often has vacancies in both these industries, including those which are partially or completely remote.
Latest roles in Wireless Communications include those for a Research & Innovation Manager in Stevenage
This hybrid role involves heading up the advanced research team to create and prove new product concepts and new technologies. The right person will have a minimum of MSc or preferably PhD in Wireless Communications or an associated discipline.
You should also have proven hand-on experience on conducting research projects on wireless communication domain. The ideal candidate should also have a track record of publishing patents and publications is desirable. It’s ideal if you’re interested in working on emerging or 6G technologies research topics.
Gregory Martin is also seeking a UI/ UX Lead / Product Manager in mobile communications and wireless network technology.
As a UI/UX Lead/ Product Manager you will be responsible for driving and owning the vision and roadmap of the architectural development of the UI/UX over multiple products into an integrated solution for the Wireless Network Test and Measurement product.
Qualifications required for this role should include an honours degree in an Engineering or Scientific discipline, preferably within the Mobile Communications industry.
New vacancies also include those for a 5G Business Development Director which is 100% remote.
Offering a very competitive salary with an incentive plan, this role involves working with directors in the USA.
The successful candidate should have a strong technical background and understanding of wireless test and measurement technologies. You should have previous experience working with the Federal Government, military and contractors.
You should have a good understanding of wireless architectures and the influence of O-RAN, cloud, MEC and private networking. Ideally, you’ll have a background with positioning software OSS (inventory, fault, assurance, AI/ML) to carriers, enterprise and government agencies.
Want to know more about any of these vacancies? Don’t hesitate to contact their team for more information.