RF Engineer – Health Tech


There’s a revolution in healthcare underway. TTP’s Biosensing team is on a mission to put patients back in control of their health. Your RF Engineering skills could help transform the future of healthcare delivery through digital technologies. Together, we’ll equip patients with life-changing tools to manage and monitor their conditions like never before.

Biosensing sits at the front and centre of the medical device innovation race. This means you’ll get to develop products that deliver a more personalised patient experience by providing actionable data. It’s about enabling people to self-care at home so they feel more in control of their health.

You’ll be creating real-time or near-real-time sensing systems for wearable and implantable devices. And, with an estimated 537 million people worldwide living with diabetes, the Biosensing Team have ambitions for a hugely positive global impact.

But your work will reach further still.

The goal is to impact the fields of orthopaedics, neurotechnology, and cardiac care by creating innovative solutions that enhance patient health, diagnosis, condition management, and recovery monitoring.

You’ll get to partner with some of the largest medical device manufacturers and exciting start-ups to support feasibility assessment, design, simulation, prototype build, testing, and transfer to manufacture. There will be opportunities to design complex antennas and systems to meet the needs of miniaturisation, deep implantable devices, reliability and range to deliver a seamless user experience.

Although the Biosensing team will be your home, RF Engineering experience is in demand across the business. This means you won’t be restricted to one project type.

Instead, you’ll get to explore opportunities to apply your expertise to an array of product development programmes – spanning surgical robotics, drug delivery, satellite and space, and innovations in Life Science.

It’s a role offering genuine variety, autonomy, teamwork, and tangible impact.

Why TTP?

You’ll be working with a supportive team of world-class engineers, scientists, and designers. Together, you’ll explore new technological frontiers whilst benefitting from our culture of freedom with minimal bureaucracy.

At TTP, you are at the wheel of your career development. Although your technical expertise will be in high demand, should you wish, there will also be opportunities to grow your leadership, communication and commercial skills.

So, if you’re a self-starter who values the freedom to produce your best work, you’ll fit in well here. Together, we’ll discover solutions to some of the most complex technological challenges of our times.

Our new Campus is award-winning, with exceptional facilities. We have a dedicated RF laboratory, including an anechoic chamber, an on-site micro-fabrication facility, and general physics and materials laboratories.


This is a rare opportunity for an RF and Electromagnetics Engineer to pivot into medical device development. You’ll need to have a solid understanding of antenna design, but you don’t been to have previously worked on medical devices.

Your application will stand out if you include details about your collaborative, analytical, and structured approach to tackling complex challenges.

To be considered for this role, you’ll need:

  • Experience of owning the development of RF sub-system and antenna design for products.
  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical / RF Engineering or a related field
  • Proficiency in electromagnetic simulations with commercial packages such as CST
  • Knowledge of test and measurement equipment aiding in antenna design and testing


  • Annual profit-related bonus (we’re an Employee-Owned Trust)
  • Employer pension contribution of 12% of pensionable pay
  • Private medical insurance for employees and dependants
  • Free lunch and all-day refreshments
  • Life insurance worth 6x salary
  • 25 days holiday
  • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave, with the option to return part-time for a year
  • Electric car leasing scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Season ticket loan
  • Various lunch clubs, including squash, board games clubs, yoga, arts and crafts, programming, and TTP’s own rock band
  • Access and discounts to local sports facilities and theatre tickets
  • A comprehensive relocation package is also available, if applicable

Although we have a streamlined application process, we appreciate the time and effort you’ll put in applying, so every CV will be reviewed by the hiring team and will receive a response.

So, if you’re ready to use your RF Engineering skills to bring about a revolution in patient care, apply today.

Apply now.

Interested in applying for this role?

Applying to TTP

We’re always recruiting

We never close our applications, because we never stop looking for people to join us. Our internships can be competitive though, so the earlier you apply the better.

We can sponsor working Visas

If you’re a foreign national that meets the Home Office criteria.

There’ll be a couple of stages to your interview

There are two stages to our interview process for graduates, and one stage for interns. For both of those roles, there are usually a number of one-to-one interviews with our consultants. We focus on your technical abilities and consumer awareness and use our interviews to see how you’d fit into TTP.

We hold our interviews at TTP Campus in Melbourn

On the outskirts of Cambridge. The interview process is usually around a couple of hours and it’ll include technical problem-solving style questions.

We’ll cover expenses for your interview

Which includes cost of your return travel to the interview. If you need to stay overnight in Melbourn, let us know in advance and we can organise something.

After the interviews, you’ll hear back from us in a few days

It’ll normally take a few weeks to finish the interviews, but this can sometimes take a little longer depending on how busy we are.

If you fit the criteria, we can cover relocation costs up to £20,000

But before you start, we’ll discuss this together to see if you fit the criteria.