Amazing opportunity to join a small company, doing big things, in a vibrant downtown location. Within walking distance to restaurants, theaters and museum, hiking trails and river sports.
Candidate researches, designs, and develops hardware for wireless products. Successful candidate must be a flexible team player, willing to engage diverse technical challenges with creative solutions. The candidate will work in conjunction with a senior engineer offering engineering assistance to ensure timely project completion.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Exhibit proficiency in broad analytical, design, or development assignments related to product development.
Design, develop, and test analog and digital circuits with an emphasis on low-power communication devices and sensors.
Design and develop mechanical solutions including enclosures and mounting structures.
Work with engineering staff to create hardware design solutions such as digital circuit design, firmware applications, microprocessor-based board level design, printed circuit board layout, and enclosures with various IP ratings.
Consult with engineering staff to evaluate hardware and software interfaces, functional requirements, and performance requirements of the overall system.
Analyze components and systems to improve performance, add features, solve customer problems, and/or to reduce size and/or cost.
Stay updated on changing technologies in the wireless and low power sensor arenas.
Travel to support our underground mining business including supporting operations both above and below ground, and other operational and test sites associated with IWT business. The candidate should expect to travel as much as 30% of the time.
Technical bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, (from a four-year college or university, and 2-5 years related experience preferred)
Basic knowledge of analog and digital fundamentals and circuit design is essential. Knowledge of basic mechanical design and fabrication is preferred. Knowledge of embedded software fundamentals preferred.
Must be a citizen of the United States.
Operate personal computer in an office environment. Ability to learn the use of simulation tools required for design work. Familiarity with mechanical design SW like SolidWorks. Familiarity with schematic and layout tools like OrCad or Cadence.
Candidate must be able to identify and select appropriate fasteners, sealing components such as O-rings, gaskets, and myriad of adhesives. Candidate should be able to use basic hand tools. Familiarity with a drill press is preferred. Experience in tinkering and experimentation preferred.
Candidate must possess the ability to solve complex problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Individual must display original thinking and creativity; meeting challenges with resourcefulness in a timely manner.
Preferred Technical Experience
Job ID: 240397612