Design work will include Single Board Computers, hardware accelerators, specialized I/O modules, and system backplanes. Systems will incorporate FPGAs, and the hardware engineer will be responsible for schematic capture and PCB layout of the high-speed hardware. Linux-based driver and PC BIOS development will be required to support these systems. Our client's products typically utilize advanced technologies and therefore require applied research and attention to detail.
Ann Arbor, MI
Please note that this role can begin primarily as a remote/telecommute should you have concerns about COVID-19. When the health risks are no longer a concern, this will be a fully on-site position.
70-90K depending on skills and experience.
This role is eligible for annual bonus. Our client offers excellent benefits.
Minimum Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline
- Minimum 4 years of experience in an engineering environment
- Digital design experience including FPGA design using VHDL/Verilog
- Embedded DSP processor hardware and firmware development experience
- Familiarity with schematic capture and PCB layout tools
- Experience in the automotive, aerospace or related industry
EXPERIENCE WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING WOULD BE BENEFICIAL
- Experience with high-speed PCB layout
- Experience with Linux device drivers and BIOS
- Familiar with C, C++, MATLAB and/or Simulink
- Experience designing electronics to interface with instrumentation and other real-world devices
- Experience with automotive powertrain electronics and controls
- Experience with high-performance motor drives for test and dynamometer control purposes
- In this role, you will be tasked with engineering, applied research, design, and implementation of hardware and firmware for our client's new electronic products. You will be part of the R&D team.
- You will also provide troubleshooting and design maintenance of existing products as necessary.