LaBine & Associates
- San Luis Obispo, CA
Fulltime career opportunity for a Senior Electrical Firmware Engineer.
The successful candidate will provide design, development, test and evaluation of products that meet the cost, performance and project schedule requirements as defined by the needs of the site and management guidance.
- Developing low and high-level firmware and electronic designs for new products and maintaining and improving existing products
- Conceiving and refining algorithms, firmware, and instrumentation to support our test and calibration laboratory
- Supporting system verification and validation throughout the development process and into production
- Meeting the performance, cost and schedule requirements as defined by the project team and the company goals
- Working knowledge of C, C++, and scripting languages used in firmware toolchains
- Working knowledge of ARM-based microcontrollers
- Working knowledge of source control systems such as Git
- Capable of initial bring up and test of new printed circuit boards
- Capable of documenting and troubleshooting firmware to support products and calibration systems
- Comfortable with electronic circuit design preferably using Altium Designer and provide design guidance to the team for PCB layout
- Product design review for sound engineering principles, company standards, and customer contract requirements, and technical compliance requirements
- Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering or related field. Non-degree individuals may fill this classification with substantial industry experience per the discretion of the hiring manager.
- Low-level embedded software development using modern languages, tools and techniques
- Component level electronic circuit design including microcontroller-based, analog, digital, in battery and AC mains powered systems
- Excellent troubleshooting, problem-solving, analytical skills with attention to detail
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Individuals must have the ability to prepare, present and discuss project related plans, requirements, test results, etc. in a team-based work environment.
Friday, March 6, 2020