The electronics engineer develops new concepts and designs approaches for new products and applications, including proof of concept testing, prototyping, and firmware development.
- Designs and tests electronic assemblies to meet application requirements and specifications; and performs maintenance design to existing assemblies to add new features or accommodate parts obsolescence.
- Responsible for detailed content of assembly drawings and specification control drawings associated with electronic designs.
- Generates Engineering reports, system interconnect drawings, and other documentation.
- Selects, evaluates, and approves components and peripherals targeted for replacement and new applications.
- Works closely with equipment and component manufacturers, their representatives, and their distributors to resolve product issues and obtain current and future product data.
- Coordinates and oversees product safety and emissions compliance testing.
- Designs modifications to equipment to achieve compliance with testing requirements.
- Provides technical support to Manufacturing, Quality, and Customer Service on electrically-related manufacturing, testing, and product service issues.
- Supports Purchasing on procurement issues and supports Counting Technology with special hardware testing platforms and dispenser support.
- Acts as a liaison with vendors to solicit, recommend, approve and oversee work performed by subcontractors and outside vendors.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Analyze and solve problems.
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Create, compose, and edit written materials.
- Develop and maintain recordkeeping systems and procedures.
The electronics engineer does not have any supervisory responsibilities.
- Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
- Requires 3-5 years of experience.
- Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.