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Sr. Lead Hardware Engineer

Job Description Our company is a leading supplier of various antennas to premiere commercial and defense companies. Because of strong demand and continued growth for our innovative, high performance products, we are looking for qualified people to join our engineering team. The successful Sr. Lead Hardware Engineer candidate will be responsible for assisting mechanical and manufacturing engineering with new applications requiring electronic circuit implementation while owning entire design cycle of PCB from requirements to testing to production. We are a high tech company in Chatsworth, CA with an impressive growth rate. Our company's hardware is used in many industries, and we are the performance and quality leader in our field. We offer competitive benefits package, including health, dental, 401k, and profit sharing. Career LevelExperienced Non-ManagerRequirements Education Should have a minimum of 5 years' experience as a Lead/Senior Electrical Engineer including ; specifically electronic circuit design, schematic capture, PCB design, design for manufacturability, sourcing, integration, test, and debug. Experience Experience in simulation software and analysis Experience in layout of densely populated PCBs Experience in power management circuit design for reliable operation and low power consumption Skills   Candidate must have experience in taking from concept through design, fabrication, functional test, and qualification testing under a structured development process Must have the ability to use standard test equipment (e.g. oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, signal generator) Candidate must be a self-starter, possess excellent skills in communication documentation with the ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment Proven track record in achieving results in a fast moving, dynamic environment strongly desired. #18-387
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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