Hardware Development Engineer
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10,001+ employees

Innovative water solutions
Company Overview
Xylem helps consumers solve water. The company works to bring clean water, sanitation and hygiene education to schools and communities in emerging markets, and respond with water solutions when disaster strikes around the globe
Morrisville, NC, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Design
Hardware Engineering
  • Contribute to the continued development of processes and procedures in multiple areas
  • Minimum B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering
  • Up to 8-10 years of electrical design experience, preferably focused on analog/digital design of battery operated embedded systems
  • Experience with the design of small signal circuits and maintaining signal/noise ratios in an RF environment
  • Experience using schematic capture and PCB layout tools (Altium preferred), analog simulation (LT Spice or equivalent), typical lab tools such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzer, power supplies, multimeters, etc
  • Excellent testing and troubleshooting skills
  • The ability to evaluate and make recommendations on cost control, reliability and manufacturability issues while maintaining aggressive development schedules
  • Work individually or as a team
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Strong sense of ownership, willingness to engage across team boundaries to improve collaboration, solve challenges and overcome hurdles
  • Apply specific concepts from different methodologies to produce the optimal results in the most efficient manner possible
  • The ability and desire to work in a fast paced environment, engaging with a cross functional team (e.g. electrical, firmware, mechanical and system test engineers) to contribute to the development of a complex AMI/AMR system
  • Keen understanding of manufacturing operations as related to printed circuit board assembly
  • Familiarity with manufacturing process of printed circuit boards and rigid/flexible PCB technologies
  • Experience with Design for Manufacturability (DFM) and Design For Test (DFT) practices
  • Work on new product development efforts from concept through transition to high volume production. The product development life cycle includes analyzing requirements, developing concepts, performing feasibility studies, component selection, analog/digital/RF design, schematic capture, PCB layout, prototype builds and board bring-up activities, product verification testing, reliability and regulatory testing, establishment of manufacturing test plans and processes and transition of products to a high volume manufacturing facility
  • Provide complete life cycle ownership of products, addressing post introduction field and factory issues as required
  • Perform detailed current consumption analysis on all new product releases (HW and FW) to validate compliance with energy constraints. Update process and methods to improve automation, efficiency and repeatability