Electronics Hardware Engineer II

CMI Terex Corporation   •  

Redmond, WA

Industry: Manufacturing & Automotive


Less than 5 years

Posted 50 days ago

Are you an electronics engineer who enjoys hands-on work? Do you want to get involved with every facet of electronics design? Then this position is for you. Genie is a global leader in the production of aerial work platforms, scissor lifts, telescoping and articulating booms, trailer-mounted booms and light towers. Genie is looking for a well-rounded, hands-on electronics hardware engineer to join our Control Systems Engineering team.


  • Control system design, integration and testing for off-road construction equipment.
  • Specification, design, production launch and sustaining of Electronic Control Units (ECUs).
  • Electronic Circuit Designs, Schematic Capture, and PCB Layout for ECUs and related accessories.
  • Embedded software design in C.
  • Modeling electronics in 3D CAD.
  • Plan and monitor progress against program objectives, document designs, liaison with suppliers and other disciplines.
  • Participate in team environment to design and sustain electronic control systems for construction machinery.
  • Travel may be occasionally required (less than 5%).

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
  • 2+ years of electronics design experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Degree in Electrical, Electronics or Computer Engineering
  • Strong technical background in embedded electronics, with emphasis on microcontrollers.
  • Background in analog and digital electronics, including amplifiers, switching power supplies, etc.
  • Knowledge of communication buses: CAN, J1939, SPI, I2C, Parallel Memory Interface, etc.
  • Proficient with Schematic Capture and PCB Layout Software. Altium Designer is preferred.
  • Knowledge of C for embedded software development. FreeRTOS is appreciated.
  • Familiar with 3D CAD programs. Solidworks and PDM Vault preferred.
  • Familiar with software development and processes, including version control (svn, git, etc)
  • Skilled in electrical component/system design and analysis.
  • Experienced user of electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, spectrum analyzers and JTAG debuggers.
  • Experienced with electronic lab stations and fine soldering work.
  • Knowledge of PCB fabrication and assembly processes.
  • Knowledge of machine operator inputs, sensors, control modules, electronic/electrical components.
  • PC experience, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint etc.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Demonstrated team player qualities.
  • Strong orientation towards quality, safety and continuous improvement.
  • Commitment to Lean Manufacturing.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Knowledge of typical Engineering Change Order (ECO) procedures.