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Design Engineer III, Hardware Electronics

Job Responsibilities:
Responsibility within the Commercial business segment for electronic hardware design, documentation, validation and application which includes: development of electronic requirements, documentation of design, specifications and development of the validation test plan, and electronics production/quality support. Specific responsibilities include:
Owns overall electronic hardware architecture design
Works with Application Engineer and Software Engineer to met customer/system requirements of hardware/software
Documentation of hardware requirements and design
Translates hardware design documents into real electrical circuits.
Circuit simulation and analysis
Component selection
Prototype breadboarding and testing at unit and integration level
Debugs and supports electronic development, testing, production and quality teams
Final approval of all electrical documentation (schematics, assembly drawings, BOM, PCB layouts, etc.)
Interfaces with circuit board contract manufacturer
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelors of Science on Electrical, Electronics or Software Engineering
3 years relevant experience
Experience in the design and development of power electronics - Schematic and PCB Layout
Preferred experience designing magnetic components for power electronics
Preferred experience with electronic motor drive or embedded software development
Some knowledge of the concepts of electronic motor control
Some experience in providing customer support and dealing with challenging customer issues.
Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously.
Desired Qualifications:
Familiar with RoHS and EHS guidelines.
Familiar with test procedures for EMI, hipot, transient, ESD, and others.
Familiar with agency testing - UL, CSA, IEC, etc
Familiar with IoT technologies
Commercial motor application experience
Proven strong innovation skills
Six Sigma Training/Certification (Green Belt / DFLSS)

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