We are currently looking for experienced Staff and Senior Electrical Engineers with the following qualifications and experience:
BS/MS degree in Electrical Engineering or related technical field
10+ years of experience in the design and development of high-speed analog and digital designs/systems, including low power, small form factor mobile, IoT, wearable hardware. This includes design experience with MCUs/processors, memory (DDR, eMMC), graphics (MIPI, HDMI), display/touch design and integration, communication (USB, PCIe, UART, SPI, I2C, cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth), audio (analog, I2S), power (DC/DC converter, LDO, battery charging), and sensor integration (accelerometer, gyro, compass, GPS, proximity).
Direct hands-on experience with schematic design tools such as OrCAD and Altium to create schematics and BOMs
Ability to use PCB design tools such as Allegro and PADs to oversee and review PCB layouts for signal integrity, power distribution, EMI/ESD, and manufacturing
Create and optimize the electrical system architecture design for features, cost, and manufacturability
Experience working with Asian ODM/JDM partners during the concept through mass production phases of the design. This experience includes traveling to the ODM/JDM overseas design centers and factories for PCB/system bring-up, validation, debug, and production test design.
Experience implementing DFM (Design For Manufacturing) and DFT (Design For Test) features into mass production designs
Be able to collaborate with both internal/customer cross-functional teams, including mechanical engineering, software engineering, supply chain from the initial stages of the design to production
Develop and drive PCB and system verification/validation testing to ensure a functional, robust design
Work with and maintain relationships with vendors for access to the latest technology and potential component selection
Strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively and efficiently communicate with customers, vendors, and other cross functional groups
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