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Hardware Engineer - Mixed Signal

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Location
Bay City, MI
Salary
$80,000 - $110,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Date
Dec 03, 2018
Job ID
2639138
Hardware Design Engineer - Mixed Signal
Bay City, MI 

Summary of the Hardware Engineer - Schematic Design Job :
Hardware Engineer with Electrical Schematic Design and Development experience is needed to play a vital role in the designing, development and testing of the Electrical Hardware Design and Processor Interfaces for one of our clients in Michigan. This is a solid stable and innovative company which is working on the emerging high-technology products to cater to the market. If you have strong experience with Electrical Schematic Design and Development along with the knowledge of Electrical Hardware and Microprocessor Architecture, then this position is well suited to you.

This is a 5 year old automotive electronics R&D group working on BLEEDING EDGE technology.   You will work on the latest technologies and be part of a team that is recreating how automobile chassis systems will be in the future.   This is the start-up type environment without the risk as it has virtually unlimited funding from a major parent organization.   Think of all the new driver-less cars and the development of the electronic systems and you’ve got it covered!   Everything from concept thru production will be in your domain.  Your contribution is only limited by your skill sets and passion.  Whatever your EE specialty, this is an exciting environment to be at.  As an EE with 2 to 8 years of experience you will be able to apply your passion for technology and grow your career at this “exponentially growing” company in the Midland/Bay City area. 



Responsibilities of the Hardware Design Engineer - Mixed Signal:
  • Design and Development of Electrical Schematic and Mixed Signal Circuit Boards
  • Power Electronics Design and Analysis of 3 Phase machines
  • Design, Build, and Test of Electrical Hardware Design and Processor Interfaces
  • Bench, Test Stand, and Vehicle debug and analysis
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Qualifications of the Hardware Design Engineer - Mixed Signal:
  • BS in EE/CE. Master Preferred.
  • 7+ years of experience in Electrical Schematic Design and Development
  • Strong Knowledge of Electrical Hardware and Microprocessor Architecture
  • Ability to perform analysis of circuit design and verification of performance to requirements.
  • Knowledge of Orcad Schematic Capture and Pspice Circuit Analysis Tools
  • Knowledge of / experience with following tools - 
    • Circuit Board Layout Tools such as Pads, Mentor, Cadence
    • Thermal Analysis Tools such as Ansys, Flowtherm
    • IPC 610 Standards Class II and III, and other applicable IPC Stds
    • Canalyzer, Canope, CAN Communications
    • Matlab/Simulink, Visual Basic
    • Visio, Oscilloscopes, Logic analyzers, Multimeters
  • Knowledge of Processor Architecture/I.O. Interface
  • Knowledge of Customer Specific CAN tools and Requirements
  • Knowledge of ISO 26262 Safety Standards and Requirements will be preferred
  • Knowledge of Freescale, Infineon, TI processors is will be preferred
  • Familiarity with ARM Core Safety (TI, Infineon, Renesas, Freescale) processers would be good.
    Understanding of how GPIO, ADC, Timers, PWM, Interrupts, SENT, SPI, I2C, CAN, Ethernet, etc. highly desirable

Compensations of the Hardware Design Engineer - Mixed Signal:
Salary Range: $85 to $110K /year, depending on experience

Type:  Direct-Hire
Travel:  As and when required
Relocation Assistance:  Subject to review
Visa Sponsorship: Subject to review

Knowledge of the following areas will be helpful - Electrical, Hardware, Schematic, design, development, "Orcad Schematic", Pspice, "Circuit Analysis", Pads, Mentor, Cadence, "Thermal Analysis", Ansys, Flowtherm, "IPC 610", Freescale, Infineon, "TI processors", "Processor Architecture", interface, Canalyzer, Canope, CAN, Matlab, Simulnik, "Visual Basic", Visio, Oscilloscopes, "Logic analyzers", Multimeters, "3 Phase", debug, Validation, analysis