Field-Programmable Gate Arrays Engineer
Location: Ann Arbor
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Designs electrical parts, modules and subsystems to support the
design of whole systems. Responsible for the complete design
process, including requirements specification, feasibility studies,
cost and scheduling, conducting various analysis, such as circuit,
timing, thermal/cooling, AC/DC power design, electrical loads and
FPGA modeling, conceptual and detailed design using design tools
(ie OrCAD, PSpice, Xilinx/Altera FPGA /EPLD development systems,
etc...), detailed drawings, design review presentations,
procurement of prototype parts, system integration, prototype
testing, and handoff to manufacturing. These tasks will require
working with other engineering groups such as ME, OE, SW, systems
and manufacturing engineers to ensure flawless integration and test
at the subsystem and system level. Develops the required supporting
documentation, such as assembly and test procedures, and service
manuals. Works closely with and manages suppliers to ensure all
design requirements are specified and achieved. Addresses and
resolves product issues thru the product phases. Has strong
leadership, communication and problem-solving skills.
- 3-5 years of experience of electronics design (digital circuit
and analog circuit), FPGA/CPLD development, electrical design,
motion control system integration
- 3-5 years of experience with electrical engineering principles,
analog digital and mixed signal electronics design.
- 3-5 years of experience in the design, development and
integration of complex electrical components and subsystems
(including PCBs, Cables, System interconnect).
- Electrical design engineering skills including design using
OrCAD, Python, MatLab and etc.
- Experience in coordinating engineers in different disciplines
(mechanical, electrical, software) to drive the resolution of
complex system level issues.
- Knowledge of Altera and/or Xilinx EPLD/FPGA, development tools
We offer a competitive, family friendly total rewards
package. We design our programs to reflect our commitment to an
inclusive environment, while ensuring we provide benefits that meet
the diverse needs of our employees.
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