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Hardware Design Engineer

Hardware Design Engineer

Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology / Chemical
  • Permanent full time
  • Reference : INT-029323
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  • Region Zurich Unterland / Limmattal
  • Type of contract Permanent full time
  • Sector of activity Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology / Chemical

Introduction

For our client a test and measurement company based in Zurich, we are looking for an individual as

Hardware Design Engineer

(permanent, full time) The earliest start date is as soon as possible.

Description of the mission

  • Develop and maintain mixed-signal electronic circuits (PCB-based) for our products, including specification, conception, implementation, and documentation
  • Conduct characterization, qualification, and compliance testing of electronic circuits and our instruments
  • Maintain design resources, such as EDA tools and PCB design libraries
  • Collaborate with and instruct external partners (e.g., PCB layout sub-contractors, PCB/A manufacturers)


Required profile

  • BSc or MSc in Electrical Engineering or equivalent field
  • Experience in circuit design and characterization of mixed-signal PCBs involving RF electronics, FPGAs/DSPs, high-speed interfaces, mixed-signal circuits (ADC, DAC), analog building blocks, and power supply conditioning
  • Experience in using EDA tools for circuit design and simulation (e.g., Altium Designer and Spice)
  • Extended experience with laboratory instrumentation including oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and VNAs
  • Strong motivation to work at the forefront of technology and integrate the latest high-end components into your designs
  • Team player enjoying close collaboration with other hardware, FW/HDL, and software team members
  • Fluent in English, German is a plus


Application process:

Interested? You can find more information here: Infopackage. Please apply via the "Bewerben" button below and answer all questions, otherwise we will be unable to process your application.

Information

  • Reference INT-029323
  • Published on 10 mai 2022
  • ConsultantMarijke van Engelenburg