Electrical Engineer in Garland, TX at HumCap Recruiting

Date Posted: 2/8/2021

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We are looking for an experienced Hardware Engineer. Responsibilities:Work with customers and project lead to refine requirementsDevelop hardware for a wide variety of applicationsDetailed analog, RF, power, and digital circuit designDigital logic design and verification for implementation in FPGAs or CPLDsAssist with system architecture designTest, integrate and debug new hardware in real-life environmentsWork smoothly in multi-discipline teams including software, mechanical, and test engineersProduce design release packages for delivery to customers, including manufacturing packages and qualification and manufacturing test fixtures and proceduresAs required, meet with customer(s) to discuss project status and to resolve problems 

Requirements:BS in Electrical Engineering or related engineering discipline, MS degree preferredMinimum 7 years hardware development experienceMust be experienced in printed circuit board designExperience with hardware/software system integrationThorough understanding of networking protocols and techniquesFamiliarity with software and scripting languagesStrong written and oral communications skillsExcellent troubleshooting/diagnostic capabilityExperience with and discipline in using revision control systems Because the skill sets needed for each project vary, we expect all candidates to be able to learn new skills and adapt to quickly-changing technology. If you have experience across a number of these technologies, we want to talk with you:Design ToolsOrCAD or PADS PowerLogic schematic captureFamiliarity with PCB layout tools and Gerber viewersMatlab signal processing and system simulationSpiceEEsof or equivalent RF simulationHyperLynx signal integrity analysisDigital logic design tools including:Xilinx ISE and EDKAlterra Quartus and SOPC BuilderModelSim simulationSynplicity synthesis Laboratory EquipmentOscilloscopesLogic analyzersSpectrum analyzersSignal generatorsSMT assembly/rework