Collaborates with SU Purchasing on the bidding and procurement of finishes and furnishing for multi-million dollar construction projects, has working knowledge of established vendor pricing agreements and SU Purchasing contracts and relationships.
Working with a multidisciplinary team of optical, electrical/RF engineering, reliability engineering, layout, documentation, manufacturing/process engineering and test engineering, to design modules and microelectronic packaging solutions to customers specifications.
Interpret design inputs to create new or modified products using Goulds CAD systems with minimal supervision. Design and modify pumps, baseplates and all auxiliary equipment to meet industry, product and customer specifications. Produce technical submittal documents, generate Bills of Material and detailed drawings.
The Hardware Developer is responsible for all aspects of hardware development within an embedded systems environment. The individual will support activities related to specific projects including requirements definition, design capture, debugging, testing, documenting, and support.
Working under the solution leads guidance in building and documenting functional designs, configuration, support development team in ricef development, integrated/end to end testing, defect resolution, deployment and stabilization support.
Prepare and manipulate base plans, survey data and standard plans to prepare detailed engineering plans, maps and contract documents in accordance with established company and client practices and standards.