Manufacturing Electrical Engineer (Motor Control Systems)

Company Name:
Patrick Allen Group, Inc.
Our client, a major instrumentation manufacturer has an immediate opening for a Manufacturing Electrical Engineer with motor control systems and firmware development experience. This position will be responsible for technical support in the areas of product development, product testing, component evaluation, prototype fabrication and assembly, and troubleshooting. This also includes hands on experience with analog and digital circuits, for the purposes of test and troubleshooting.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide electronic design recommendations during the product development process.
Design, fabricate, modify, and validate electronic circuitry with emphasis on driving and controlling stepper motors to satisfy product specifications, with an emphasis on low-cost quality design.
Design hardware with supporting firmware to interface with industry standard network protocols (I2C, CAN, USB, RS-485)
Firmware development in C for embedded microcontrollers
Support the design of electronic test hardware, stands, and PC test boxes.
Serve as the interface for electrical product and in-house products

Qualifications (required):
Bachelor's degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering required.
At least two years of hardware engineering development experience.
Demonstrated ability to design and implement complex hardware components
Stepper motor control experience required
Firmware development utilizing embedded microprocessors (Microchip PIC or ARM)
Proficiency in embedded C code development required.
Demonstrated proficiency with analog/digital hardware design and OEM implementation
Hands on experience with oscilloscopes, in-circuit emulators and debuggers
Qualifications (Preferred):
Test software development experience in VB or C# is a plus
Experience designing to various regulatory standards (UL, CE, FCC, etc.)

Interested? If you have any questions please call Dale at 707.820.7900 or via linked-in at http://www.linkedin.com/in/dalepcorrea

Thank you for your interest!

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