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|Electrical Engineer II
|40 Monday to Friday 730am to 430pm
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The Electrical Engineer will perform a variety of design, test and engineering functions under general direction related to pressure and temperature sensor products. Products include pressure transducers and transmitters utilizing silicone piezoresistive MEMS, Thin Film, Capacitive and SOI sensors for pressure applications and wire wound RTDs Resistance Thermal Detectors for temperature sensing applications. Perform sensor design, development and testing efforts under direction on a variety of projects Review customer specifications and assist with technical proposals on new sensor applications Sensor testing using a variety of pressure, temperature and electronic equipment Calibration and temperature compensation of pressure sensors Hands-on prototyping and testing of new designs to verify the operational performance Documenting all electronic design and test activities Prepare ATPs, QTPs, QTRs, reliability, maintainability and other documents as needed Participate in customer design reviews Interface with external hardwaresoftware resources Interface with production to ensure products meet requirements and are testable during production Create new processes and design practices to satisfy continuous improvement objectives Collaborate with peers, supervisors, and managers to improve efficiency and reduce component costs in development and production Perform trouble shooting as necessary on faulty sensors Work is stated in terms of objectives, requiring project planning and judgment May have overall project responsibility Will act as a lead on most assigned projects and assist lower level engineers and technicians.
BSEE Degree. + yrs exp in electronic product design and testing. ITAR Compliant. Exp in embedded and analog circuit designs, power supplies, signal conversion and frequency response. Exp w electronic test equipment.
Proficient in Altium, LabView or MatLab. Pressure transducer and Wheatstone bridge exp.