Electrical Engineer (design And Test)

Location
Egan, Minnesota
Posted
Dec 29, 2016
Closes
Jan 24, 2017
Employment Status
Full Time
Ware has partnered with a small but growing company in Eagan that is in need of an experienced Electrical Design Engineer. In this role, you will work with customers and internal engineers on new product design and design.  This is a unique role where you will be involved with projects cradle to grave with design and hands on testing. Primary Responsibilities include:  - Develop conceptual and detailed designs for complex electrical components, subsystems, and systems utilizing hand calculations, customized spreadsheets, and software based engineering analysis programs. - Evaluate the feasibility of conceptual projects, support development of work plans including work breakdown structures, costs estimates, and schedules.  -Provide ongoing input to project management for tracking costs and adherence to schedule. - Develop detailed new product specifications, including electrical schematics - Assist in the design and fabrication of prototype hardware, participates in pilot runs, and documents the results. - Develop test procedures to ensure conformity to criteria. - Analyze, design, develops, test, and perform troubleshooting for embedded software. - Assist with ongoing technical support of current and new products Qualifications - Bachelors or Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar field - 5+ years of progressive experience relating to electrical and product design - Wide range of experience with electrical systems with strong understanding of electrical theory. - Ability to read, understand, and create electrical schematics - Hands on experience with engineering validation - Understanding of UL requirements  - Highly organized; able to multitask, meet deadlines, demonstrate attention to detail, and plan and manage projects. - Ability to communicate effectively both in technical writing and verbal presentations. - Ability to work in a fast-paced, small team environment under minimal supervision