Electrical Engineer will join the Connected Devices research and development team, which creates new consumer-facing agricultural IoT products and is fully responsible for design, prototyping, testing, regulatory certification, and manufacturing. This job is not about designing anonymous widgets, it is an opportunity to make a substantial contribution to our development effort and to make a meaningful impact in people's lives while doing work that you love.
Electrical Engineer Responsibilities:
- Take part in every aspect of the product's lifecycle, creating real products that improve outcomes for farmers around the world.
- Circuit design and Circuit Testing.
- Manufacturing Support.
- Regulatory work and documentation.
Electrical Engineer Requirements:
- Bachelor of Science in Electrical/Computer Engineering or related field.
- Five or more years of industry experience.
- Experience working on consumer-facing products.
- Electronic design knowledge and experience using a CAD/EDA package.
- Ability to use test equipment (Oscilloscope, Spectrum Analyzer, etc.) to prototype and test circuits.
- Able to work across teams with other engineers and programmers to design IoT products.
- Effective communication skills, technical writing skills and good organization.
Electrical Engineer Preferred Qualifications:
- Farming experience and knowledge of modern agricultural technology.
- Experience with high volume electronics manufacturing and testing finished PCB assemblies.
- Experience working with microcontrollers and common digital buses like USB, CAN, I2C, SPI, etc.
- Strong analog fundamentals and RF experience.
- Experience using Altium Designer to create libraries, schematics, and board layouts.
- Knowledge of digital radio technologies like LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.
- Knowledge of regulatory and industry testing (i.e. FCC, CE, CB, PTCRB, Verizon, etc.).
- Ability to write and maintain programs in Python and C.
- Understand how to use and maintain desktop Linux systems.
- Willing to travel (~20%) for meetings, manufacturing, and visiting suppliers.