Category: Engineering Req Number: SENIO01898 Job Type: Full-Time Location: East Syracuse, NY, United States
As Senior Electrical Engineer at INFICON, you will be responsible for analyzing, designing, developing and testing all aspects of complex analog and mixed-signal circuits used in our products. Experience with advanced concepts, practices and procedures within Electrical Engineering will be required. As an individual, we are looking for you to be a highly motivated leader with a wide degree of creativity and the ability to work on multiple projects with exciting and unique tasks in a fast-paced, Agile environment. Collaboration will be key when solving these difficult tasks. You will also be responsible for engineering support of current products.
Develop analog, RF and mixed-signal circuit designs for custom products
Ability to lead various FMEA analysis on new and existing designs.
Ability to layout critical analog, RF, and mixed-signal circuits and work with PCB designers.
Ability to create test plans to verify product requirements
Ability to support a team with diverse skills and talents during all phases of design, construction, testing, repair and upgrade of existing equipment and operations support
Must have excellent analytical, troubleshooting and problem-solving skill
Education and Background:
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
5-10+ years of experience as an Electrical Engineer
Experience with Analog Design and with Microcontrollers
Experience with circuit design: RF, analog, amplifiers, D/C, A/C, microcontrollers
Experience with bench and system-level integration/debug/troubleshooting experience. Capable of constructing and testing electrical assemblies
Must be a team player with good communication and organizational skills
Experience with Agile development methods is a plus!
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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