The Electrical Engineer II has a demonstrated knowledge of and an ability to apply standard engineering practices toward problem solving associated with the design, development, and manufacturing of parts for electronic instruments. This level of engineer is expected to be able to accurately interpret tests and analyze results and operates more on a broader scope of a project. The Engineer II takes some direction from Senior Engineers and Project Leads; however, his/her work is more functionally independent than an Engineer I.
With some guidance, design, test and debug somewhat complex electrical circuits to ensure compliance with specifications, quality standards and customer needs.
Learn to evaluate potential solutions to engineering problems for feasibility, manufacturability, and cost effectiveness.
Apply problem solving skills to analysis of new and unfamiliar engineering problems and review potential solutions with senior level engineers and/or project leads when necessary.
Responsible for managing own work flow and developing a deeper understanding of product lines.
Utilize knowledge to design tests and validations of project work.
Support design changes by reviewing proposed changes, engineering drawings, documentation, and change control.
May travel to customer sites to provide customer service support and help resolve problems.
Responsible for providing strong documentation and specifications on project work.
Provide engineering support to manufacturing personnel to solve production problems.
Work cooperatively with other departments to develop solid business practices for the company.
Follow all safety guidelines and report unsafe conditions to supervisor.
Completes other assignments and special projects as requested.
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering
If a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering is held, substitutions may be made for the Bachelor’s degree
Master’s degree in electrical engineering
3 – 5 years of product development electrical engineering experience
Product development experience on a project from the concept phase through the launch phase
Electrical engineering fundamentals
Engineering tools and software
C Programming Language
Analog circuit design, testing and troubleshooting techniques
Digital signal processing, hardware and programmable logic design
Embedded system design
Electronics and high level programming languages like C/C++, Visual C++
Electrical Layout and grounding principles
tasks as part of a broader assignment.
- Evaluate and apply standard techniques, procedures, and criteria to perform assigned
- Exercise limited judgment on details of work and in application of standard methods for
- Perform basic design tasks.
- Assist in estimation of task time to completion.
- Perform analysis, draws conclusions, and present results.
- Draw on resources and check references to problem solve issues.
- Serve as a resource for new engineers and interns.
- Test, verify and validate data.
- Read schematics.
- Demonstrate high ethical standards.
- Demonstrates ability to work cooperatively with other departments.
- Understand schedules and meet deadlines.
- Share information, ideas, equipment, etc. for the good of the group.
- Communicate effectively with strong interpersonal skills.
- College level oral and written communication skills.
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