Electrical Design Engineer

Contract Engineering Services Lakewood , CO 80226

Posted 2 months ago

CES is seeking an Electrical Design Engineer to define requirements and architecture for electronic subsystems, fault tolerance and needs of the system. They will design prototypes and tests electronic subsystems per defined requirements and architecture. The Electrical Design Engineer will
researches, develop, design, and test electronic components, equipment, systems, and products.
Electrical Design Engineer:
• BSEE degree, MSEE desirable with graduate level course work and/or specific relevant accomplishments in a design
capacity (such as significant technological discoveries, patents or other advanced awards)
• Five or more years of progressive electronics industry experience preferred
• Working knowledge of EMC/EMI/Safety and CE marking requirements relative to electronic product development
• Experience working in a regulated environment (FDA 21 CFR Pt. 820, ISO9001, ISO13485)
• Proven capability with CAD/CAE schematic capture, circuit modeling (Altium experience preferred)
• Product requirements documentation and design verification testing

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