Electrical Engineer in South Jordan, UT at ConsultNet

Date Posted: 2/13/2021

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Job Description

Job Title: Electrical Engineer

Location: South Jordan, UT

Duration: Direct hire, full time 

Pay range: $100 to 130KYR DOE

Job Responsibilities:

Design and development of mixed analog & digital circuits for new products.

Design motor control circuits for both stepper and servo motors, solenoids, sensors, etc.

Develop HW interfaces for USB, Bluetooth, and wireless communications

Specify and select microcontrollers and other board level components.

Develop the PCB schematic and board artwork.

Develop ICT and FCT test plans

Ensure products pass EMI testing per FCC and CE requirements

Meet applicable UL and CE safety standards

Job Requirements:

Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering.

5+ years experience in digital/analog board design

Experience with consumer electronics, especially electro-mechanical devices

Systematic design process

Debugging skills and experience with Linux kernel

Experience with board-level debug & bring-up

Experience with Bluetooth and WiFi systems

Familiar with rechargeable battery circuit design and safety

Preferred Skills:

Proficient in C/C++

Proficient in use of Multi-meter, O-Scope and other troubleshooting devices

Be a part of the ConsultNet difference. As a leading national provider of Engineering and IT staffing and solutions, ConsultNet delivers exceptional services to startup, midmarket and Fortune 1000 companies across North America. Since 1996, we've partnered with clients to create rewarding opportunities for our consultants, successfully building teams that have surefire results.

In the past two years alone, we have placed more than 1,500 consultants in contract, contract-to-hire, or direct placement opportunities. We understand communication is key to finding the right job that matches your skills and career goals. For us, it's not just the work that we do; it's how we do the work. Our breadth of offerings extends to multiple IT positions in major markets throughout the country, see more at www.consultnet.com