Job Title: Systems Engineer
Number of Positions: 2
Duration: 6 months
Location: Austin, TX
Local Candidates Only
The Precision Workstation team is looking for an Engineer that will be responsible for the design and development activities associated with workstation products. You will serves as a central resource for all aspects of the engineering solution and work with the engineering extended teams. Involvement lasts throughout all stages of a product’s lifecycle including modifications, upgrades and maintenance of the product or product line.
Designs and defines system requirements for workstation systems, and/or prepares studies and analyzes existing systems.
Determines system specifications, input/output processes and working parameters for hardware/software compatibility. Coordinates design of subsystems and/or the integration of total systems or multiple functions.
Ensures the manufacturability, reliability and serviceability of designs.
Identifies, analyzes and resolves program support deficiencies. Develops and recommends corrective actions.
Documents results in technical reports, white papers and online web pages.
Ensures assignments are completed within schedule and cost objectives.
Responsible for the end-to-end ownership of assigned system(s).
Drives root cause analysis and coordinates efforts to solve issues including complex issues.
Interface w/suppliers, mechanical engineering, manufacturing, quality, tooling engineering and other development groups to ensure the successful development and launch of new products.
Play a key role in development of the preliminary BOM, cost targets, development plan. Support other areas in their initial work on project planning documents.
Day to Day Activities
Working on the development of Workstation products, being time to market and delivering quality products.
Minimum of 8+ years of relevant experience and a BSEE/BSCS or 6+ years of relevant experience and an MSEE/MSCS
Familiar with Intel architecture for Workstations
Advanced experience in hardware or embedded system design, implementation, and debugging with processor, memory, operating systems, and I/O subsystems
Ability to make risk calls, priority decisions, and lead as well as work through others
Ability to identify potential product weaknesses and be able to provide design guidance and recommendations to improve product quality
Strong organization and communication skills in multi-discipline environment
Advanced ability with oscilloscopes, bus analyzers, and JTAG debuggers
Advanced ability with reading schematics, schematic entry and layout tools