Electronics Design Engineer

Company Name:
Job Juncture
Key engineering role in an expanding electro-mechanical components manufacturer. Responsibilities that include:
Implement the development of new products and manufacturing techniques in response to needs, specifications, and objectives established by the corporate and development organization.
Design or modify electro-mechanical devices and instrumentation.
Managing and maintaining the product development process from cradle to grave
Test, validation, verification and assembly processes
BSEE or BS Electronics, or BS Computer Engineering
Proven proficiency and advanced knowledge in one or more technical and professional areas including analog and/or digital design, communications and RF.
Demonstrated working knowledge of the engineering process and how aspects of product development and the product life cycle relate.
Varied experience including product modifications, transfer of technology to manufacturing, testing, etc.
Experience with circuit board design and analysis
Microprocessors, embedded software,
Experience with CAD/CAM
No sponsorship available
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