INFICON is a leading provider of innovative instrumentation, critical sensor technologies, and Smart Manufacturing/Industry 4.0 software solutions that enhance productivity and quality of tools, processes, and complete factories. These analysis, measurement and control products are essential for gas leak detection in air conditioning/refrigeration and automotive manufacturing. They are vital to equipment manufacturers and end-users in the complex fabrication of semiconductors and thin film coatings for optics, flat panel displays, solar cells and industrial vacuum coating applications. Other users of our vacuum-based processes include the life sciences, research, aerospace, packaging, heat treatment, laser cutting and many other industrial processes. We also leverage our expertise in vacuum technology to provide unique, toxic chemical analysis products for emergency response, security, and environmental health and safety.
Lead projects to completion. Work with engineers and junior engineers on new products development and support current products. Coach, mentor engineers and junior engineers.
Essential Job Functions
Lead, manage coordinate project tasks. Develop system requirements, architecture and interfaces for complex analog mixed-signal systems.
Basic Job Skills
- Ability to manage various projects designs
- Ability to complete multiple tasks with no supervision
- Ability to assign tasks and manage their progress
- Ability to lead engineers
- Ability to lead design reviews
- Ability to lead concept reviews
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
- Ability to form and maintain teams
- Ability to coach and mentor Engineers and Junior Engineers
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with 7+ years of experience.
MS degree in Electrical Engineering with 5 + years of experience.
- Lead multiple projects to completion
- Familiar with analog design
- Familiar with circuit simulation tools
- Familiar with Microcontroller/FPGA
- Experience with EMI/EMC requirements, procedures, and EMI/EMC design mitigation practices.
- Experience with Agile development methods
Leadership Responsibilities and Reporting Relationships
Mentor, coach engineers and junior engineers.
INFICON provides a dynamic work environment that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our employees experience on going green initiatives, flexible work hours, and a variety of health and wellness programs.
INFICON's forward thinking approach offers countless opportunities to design, support, and manufacture a diverse product portfolio that expands globally. Our Lean and Agile work environment offers a competitive compensation, relocation assistance, a discretionary bonus and generous employee benefits; major medical, dental, health, vision, 401K, vacation and sick time, tuition reimbursement and more!
INFICON, is committed to ensuring that our online application process provides an equal opportunity to all job seekers that apply without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, gender, age, protected veteran status, disability status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other protected characteristic. A notice describing Federal equal employment opportunity laws is available here and here to reaffirm this commitment.
The above is a limited list of responsibilities and not inclusive. There may be times when the employee will be expected to perform duties outside this scope. When duties and responsibilities change this job description will be reviewed and subject to changes based on business necessity.
- 7 year(s): Lead multiple projects to completion Familiar with analog design Familiar with circuit simulation tools Familiar with Microcontroller/FPGA Experience with EMI/EMC requirements, procedures, and EMI/EMC design mitigation practices. Experience with Agile development methods
- Bachelors or better in Electrical Engineering
- Masters or better in Electrical Engineering
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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