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Description:

  • Prototype, Design, Bring-up and Diagnose electronics circuits, cables, fixtures, connectors and other electronics-related designs.
  • Design electronics circuits, create intelligent schematics, collaborate with peers on design reviews and sign-off.
  • Locate, read, understand manufacturer data sheets and create designs with high confidence in their function.
  • Interface and liaise with vendor sales representatives, technical support and field engineers to get questions answered.
  • Specify, review, scrub and certify BOMs (bills of material) for designs.
  • Maintain tools, equipment and lab supplies.
  • Take on the "mission" of a project, follow guidance while making intelligent decisions on the fly, and provide feedback to the Director of Engineering, Director of Quality and the Project Manager.
  • Take ownership of implementing and inspecting quality into each step of design.
  • Provide clean hand-off and guidance of designs to PCB Designers for layout.
  • Use reference boards, prior designs and bread boards, with sample components to demonstrate feasibility of design choices.
  • Use power supplies, oscilloscopes, soldering stations, and other tools to bring up boards and diagnose issues.
  • Write source code in C to implement intermediate complexity algorithms in firmware to run on various microprocessors.
  • Design jigs to increase quality, consistency and efficiency of various mechanical efforts, such as lead-bending, hole-drilling and alignments.
  • Keep the office, lab and assembly spaces organized, clean and safe.

Posted: July 11, 2017

Status: Open

JOB 138: ElectrICAL ENGINEER II

Requirements:

  • 4-year electrical (or computer) engineering degree in electronics tech plus 5+ years relevant experience.
  • Experience with at least two professional schematics capture software tools.
  • Excellent diagnostics skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, written and oral communication in English (either native or fluent ESL).
  • Working knowledge of board layout and construction.
  • Good soldering, desoldering and rework experience.
  • Ability to lift 20 pounds, identify colored lines on screen, stand at workbench.
  • Legally authorized to work in the USA, no relocation assistance available.
  • Working knowledge of computers in business (e-mail, text/spreadsheet editing).
  • Organization skills, taking pride and ownership in the workspace to keep it tidy and safe.

Pay: $25-45 per hour, depending on experience level. Higher with leadership experience. Pay is flexible for top candidates that show great potential for fit and future acceptance of responsibility and career growth.

Type: Full-time

Location: Cary, NC

Helpful:

  • ISO compliance, auditing.
  • Basic mechanical abilities, CAD tools.
  • Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • IPC J-STD-001, IPC-7711 or equivalent certifications.
  • Ability to accept new responsibilities, embrace change, provide process improvement suggestions.

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