Dorchester, Boston, MA, USA
Lightelligence is a venture-backed AI hardware company founded by MIT alumni, working to grow and develop cutting-edge technology at the forefront of photonic computing. The company has raised over $200M in pursuit of solving one of today’s most complex engineering challenges. With a culture of internal mobility, there’s an opportunity to thrive in a variety of disciplines, this is a place for dreamers and doers to succeed.
As a member of the Systems team, the Electronic Design Engineer will be involved in development of platforms for Lightelligence products and validation tools. PCBs and lab equipment designed by the Systems team support strategic partnerships as well as providing critical feedback to our design teams.
What you’ll be doing at Lightelligence:
- Schematic design with Cadence tools
- Participate in design architecture and feasibility analysis
- Bring up designs in a lab setting, including new silicon
- Support validation and product teams during technical reviews
- Anticipate challenges and risks then solve problems and share lessons learned
- BS or higher in electrical or computer engineering
- 5-7 years designing PCBs and working in electronics lab environments
- Ability to collaborate and work in a small team dynamic
- Instrument measurement and rework experience
- Experience with schematic and layout using Cadence tools
- Photonics experience
- Design experience with PCIe, DDR, SoC, FPGA, DC-DC converters
- Mechanical or thermal design experience
- Signal or power integrity knowledge
We offer the following benefits:
- Company subsidized health, vision and dental benefits
- 3 weeks PTO and 1 week of paid sick leave
- 401 (k) with an employer contribution
- 10 Paid holidays
- Free lunch 5 days a week
- A great place to work!
Lightelligence is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.