What you will do
As an Sr. Electrical Design Engineer, you will be a part of a motivated team who has a passion for everything they do. You’ll own the design process of electrical components, printed circuit boards and sensors. You will design hardware to meet EMC/EMI limits and integrate these changes into designs. Bring your knowledge of launching new products to this role as you will be creating, designing, and prototyping new products and launching them into production. You'll be responsible for designing new circuit boards as well as updating existing designs. All of your work helps to drive patient healthcare. Your work environment is like an engineering playground, the field is yours to make your own decisions, drive your destiny and add value.
What you need
• Bachelor's of Science degree in Bachelor Degree in Engineering or related field, Electrical Engineering preferred
• 5+ years experience in hardware design
• Experience in design cycles and launching new products
• Knowledge of EMC/EMI limits
• Experience working with Power Electronics, motors, battery, or battery charges
• Hardware design experience
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