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Principal electrical engineer

Hr Talent Group

This is a Full-time position in San Diego, CA posted December 12, 2019.

Pave Talent is hiring a full-time Principal Electrical Engineer for a cutting edge combination product (drug-device) company in La Jolla.

Our client is focused on making precision medicine a reality through a portfolio of complex electro-mechanical capsules to diagnose and treat diseases of the GI Tract.

This is a direct-hire role with excellent compensation including bonus potential.

Responsibilities for the Principal Electrical Engineer Hardware development from pre-concept to production for compact medical devices.

Responsible for all stages of electrical hardware design and development including design, validation, tooling, manufacturing, and testing.

Creates detailed electrical design package (including specifications, BOMs, schematics, wiring diagrams, analyses, etc.) Reviews and evaluates designs and project activities for compliance to improve product quality.

Evaluates and proposes modeling and testing methodologies to validate a component, circuit, and hardware designs and thermal/emissions management.

Manages the creation and deployment of software-driven manufacturing and test tools at contract manufacturing organizations.

Collaborates with internal and external engineers on PCB design, hardware functionality, architecture, and development.

Key Qualifications for the Principal Electrical Engineer BS in Electrical Engineering 10 years’ experience in product development.

At least 3 years of experience in complex and compact medical.

5 years of experience in electronics design, PCBA test, bring-up, and end product deployment using Altium Designer Experienced in design-for-test (DFT) and design-for-manufacturing (DFM) practices for high-volume products.

Debugging skills of RF, digital, processor, FW, and power circuitry.

Background with BLE technologies as low power battery operated designs.

Extensive experience in commercializing devices from pre-concept to production.

Experience working with 32bit Cortex-M microcontrollers for medical device embedded applications.

Understanding of I2C, SPI, UART, and other communication protocols.

Solid working knowledge of analog, digital, and mixed-signal design principles and practices.

Schematic capture, board layout, ESD/EMI immunity.

Experience with documentation control (ECO, rework instructions, etc).

Familiarity with low power systems, battery performance testing, and power consumption Rewards & Benefits Annual performance bonus program Relocation Assistance PTO Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance Flexible Spending Account (FSA) 401(K) Plan w/ employer contributions Professional Development Assistance