Senior Electrical Engineer

Excellent opportunity for a Sr. Electrical Engineer

The leader in designing, developing, and manufacturing high-performance hermetically sealed electro-mechanical DC Power Switching Technology, seeks a talented Sr. Electrical Engineer to join our Engineering Team and meet the needs of our expanding manufacturing lines and rapidly growing company. You will join a team to support and improve the manufacture of advanced power control devices capable of carrying and switching over 6 megawatts of DC current in a product the size of an apple. These electro-mechanical devices are a critical component of the Electric Vehicle, Solar and Wind Generation, Power Storage, and Fuel Cell markets. Our customers include Tesla, Samsung, Mercedes, Space-X, Navistar/International, Lockheed, Zero Motorcycles, Solaris, and hundreds more.

Bachelorâ s Degree in Electrical Engineering or related discipline.
5-10 years of engineering experience
Proficiency in circuit design:
Industrial components and test fixtures
Debugging prototype and production circuits
Analog (control and sensing)
Proficiency with oscilloscope
Programming in a least one language
Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
Preferred Experience
Experience with test equipment
Programmable power supplies
Data acquisition units/data loggers
Hot and cold temperature chambers
High power sources (>1000 VDC, >1000 A)
Computer controlled tests
Software skills
Arduino and SQL a plus
Orcad/Allegro PCBA
Automation development
Experience with electro-mechanical systems
Experience with vacuum systems
3D design skills

Gigavac is a young, dynamic company with over 15 yearâ s consecutive growth history.

Benefits: HMO & PPO Health Plan, 401K matching, and Profit Sharing.
If interested, please send your resume and salary requirements to jobs@gigavac.com.

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