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Hardware and Software Designer Needed / Adafruit Jobs Board

Hardware and Software Designer Needed at Handibot / Adafruit Jobs Board

We are looking for incredible Electronics Engineers to join our mission of revolutionizing the world using high tech.
You will work on developing prototype and develop the manufacturing design. You will directly be involved in the production operations. You will also be working on developing new cutting edge technologies for product we have in mind. Our team is fun, smart, and relentless. So are you.

You must be very self-driven, but also have great teamwork and collaboration skills to interface with the consumer research team, the design team and the CEO. You will work from your home so you need tooling. And most importantly, you should also be ready to overcome all the exciting challenges that come with the startup world.

Requirements
• Undergraduate or Master’s Degree in Electronics Engineering.
• Defining, designing, implementing, and realizing real-time critical electronics systems.
• Excellent proficiency in designing, developing and evaluating hardware and software.
• Schematic design of circuits and assemblies.
• PCB Layout of printed circuit boards (EAGLE, MENTOR).
• Parts selection and testing.
• Developing/testing hardware to meet specific feature objectives from FDA regulations.
• Maintaining revision notes on all hardware versions.
• Participating in routine design reviews of hardware requirements.
• Lab testing of all hardware to ensure features and functions are correctly implemented
• Generating IP in the field of real time microelectronics and embedded systems.
• Collaborating with the designer and the consumer researcher as needed.
• Proficiency in prototyping a plus including using a Laser Cutter, 3D Printer, and Machine Tools
• Comfortable working under pressure and meeting deadlines.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Excited about the our project and ready to work hard with the team.

Employment details
• Position is full-time, part-time or contract
• We are based in Paris but we can work with people from outside the country
• Outstanding Learning Environment.

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