Sr Electrical Engineer

East Bay, (none selected) | Contract

Post Date: 07/25/2017 Job ID: JOS000006660 Industry: Software/Hardware

Required qualifications:
Minimum Masters in Electrical Engineering or related discipline, with 10+ years of experience in the semiconductor capital equipment or related industry
Excellent communication and presentation skills
Proven successful hands-on experience in system design of complex system, control of complex systems and power distribution
Proven successful hands-on experience in the design, development and realization of analog and digital electronic circuits, from schematic to final released PCBA
Outstanding analysis and trouble-shooting skills
Ability to drive functional requirements and execute in a dynamic team environment
Working experience in electrical circuit design and development CAD software (OrCAD or similar), SPICE modeling, System modeling (e.g. SIMULink or similar)
Working knowledge of industry standards:  SEMI, NFPA79, NEC, UL etc.
General Responsibilities / Job Functions:
You will be responsible for performing professional electrical engineering research, design, development, modification, and evaluation in support of electrical and electro-mechanical systems/subsystems, embedded systems and power distribution.
You will assist the Subject Matter Expert to develop, define/refine functional specifications for electrical and electro-mechanical systems/subsystems, embedded systems and power distribution.
You will work with a multidisciplinary engineering design team: electrical, mechanical, software, technical support, productivity engineers, and suppliers, on the design, modification, of custom and OEM embedded systems components.
You will need to prepare and analyze test plans and procedures to assure that technical and operational requirements are met and properly demonstrated.
You will be responsible for the collection and analysis of pertinent material and data in preparation of your presentation at design, project, and program reviews.


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