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Design & Development Engineer

Design & Development Engineer
All Sensors is seeking a Sensor Design & Development Engineer who can research, design and develop new products and works to improve the performance and efficiency of existing products.
Responsibilities
PCB Layout
Firmware and test software code development
Product and process development
Data analysis
Technical report writing
Requirements
Minimum BSEE with 4-5 years of relevant experience with design of Analog & Digital pressure sensors OR BSCS 4-5 years with some hardware experience
Proficient with Microsoft Visual Studio 2015/2017 specifically using C# or VB.NET languages
Proficient with VB 6, is a plus
Education or experience in control system
Knowledge of sensors and electronics
Experience with Analog and Digital circuit design for piezoresistive pressure sensors
Proficient project management skills
Proficient verbal and written communication skills for customer interaction
Knowledge of pressure sensor manufacturing & testing practices, including but not limited to wire bonding
Mechanical design experience a plus
PCB layout experience preferably with Eagle software
Experience with IT admin or support would be useful, as a minor plus
Experience with embedded system MCU programming is a plus
Please Submit Resumes to apply@allsensors.com
An Equal Opportunity Employer Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
About All Sensors:
All Sensors is an OEM Manufacture of pressure sensors. All Sensors specializes in pressure sensor product development with emphasis on low pressure sensors for medical and industrial applications. For more information, please visit our website www.allsensors.com
Company address: 16035 Vineyard Blvd. Morgan Hill CA 95037


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