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Senior Electrical Engineer
at Hamilton Company
- 12-Dec-2019 to 30-Mar-2020 (MST)
- Reno, NV, USA
- Full Time
Hamilton Company is a global enterprise headquartered in Reno, Nevada with manufacturing facilities in Reno, Boston and Bonaduz, Switzerland. Branch sales offices are located in France, Germany, Canada, Latin America, Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom. We are the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of manual, semi-automated and robotic products for precision fluid measuring. For over 56 years, Hamilton has been satisfying customer needs by combining quality materials with skilled workmanship, ensuring the highest level of performance of every precision fluid measuring device we manufacture.
The Senior Electrical Engineer is responsible for providing the department with technical expertise to design, develop, test, and implement product components. Responsibilities include:
- Responsible for planning and performing design development tasks from concept to implementation.
- Responsible for studying and evaluating disciplinary or interdisciplinary aspects of new product or design concepts, including all necessary functions leading to presentation and recommendation of possible solutions.
- Plan and direct testing necessary to assure adequate performance of designs for all stages of design and development, or complexity.
- Provides technical advice and particular expertise to department personnel.
- Responsible for the timely completion and adequacy of the assigned development task for performance and compliance with standards.
- Responsible for the adequate documentation of the performed task including description, specification, testing and implementation.
- Responsible for the clear presentation of developments or designs at design reviews.
- Responsible for providing technical leadership and assistance to lower level department personnel.
- Responsible for independently taking control and completing assigned major sections of a new product development effort.
- Responsible for troubleshooting production floor problems and completing design changes, as a result of investigation.
- BS Degree in Electrical Engineering.
- Must have extensive motor control design experience.
- Knowledge and experience of Analog & digital circuit design.
- Knowledge and experience of Control systems and motor drive design.
- Design experience with CPLDs, FPGAs, M3 microcontrollers, Optical Encoders, Hall-effect current sensors, MOSFETs, Op Amps, ESD & overcurrent protection, DC-DC switching power supplies.
- Working knowledge of LTSpice, OrCAD, VHDL. Experience designing to FCC Class B standards.
- Must be able to direct board layout designers to produce FCC Class B compliant designs.
- Support other departments, troubleshoot circuit boards.
- Minimum of 5 years experience in the design and development of discipline product components.
- Must possess good verbal and written communication skills for writing reports, interfacing with manufacturing, engineering, etc and be computer literate.
- Pronounced abilities in understanding and application of engineering sciences such as mathematics, physics, engineering statistics, etc.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel & Word.
- Diverse portfolio of exciting and innovative design projects
- Tremendous opportunities for professional growth and advancement
- Commitment to sustainable design
- Competitive Compensation
- Excellent Benefit Package (medical, dental, vision insurance, paid time off, disability insurance, 401k, tuition reimbursement and much more)
- Solid Stable Company
- Drug free workplace.
Learn more about us @: www.hamiltoncompany.com
It is the policy of this organization to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age 40 and over, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, citizenship status, religious preference, or veteran status in all phases of the employment process and in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.