Seeking an experienced electrical engineer to support development of electro-mechanical instruments by providing electrical engineering expertise to the development team via board and logic circuit designs. Robotic automation and motion control experience required.
General Job Duties:
- Designs and programs FPGA, CPLD related circuits
- Conducts product testing, evaluation and validation.
- Provides vendor and project support via product, subsystem or component testing and evaluation.
- Investigates and resolves problems on circuits with instruments and assists in production testing of instruments.
- Conducts FMEA failure analysis of instrument problems, and recommends possible remedy.
- Maintains product documentation to assure correct configuration.
Skills and Abilities Required:
- Minimum 6 years of product development experience in analog/digital circuit design and in system integration. Previous medical device design experience is a plus.
- 5+ years of experience in design and development of Embedded applications, including robotic automations, temperature controls, GUI and hardware sensors, actuators interfaces
- Demonstrated experience with Schematic entry, PCB layout, FPGA, CPLD, simulation and AutoCAD CAD tools.
- Demonstrated experience with Oscilloscope, Logic analyzer, spectrum analyzer, multi-meter, data logger, etc. tools
- Demonstrated experience preparing technical documentations, test plans, test protocols, perform tests and write reports.
- Requires attention to detail, and expert application of advanced engineering and associated scientific knowledge.
- Familiar with Microsoft Office tools for word processing, spreadsheet, project, power point, etc.
- Must have well-developed interpersonal skills. Ability to get along well with diverse personalities. Must be tactful, mature and flexible.
Education and Experience Required:
- BA or BS degree in electrical engineering, electronic engineering, computer science or related field and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Master’s degree preferred.