Rockwell Automation is looking for a talented Senior Hardware Engineer to join our team. You will join a diverse engineering team and be responsible for developing, supporting the power electronic hardware and technology for our Low voltage drive products.
You will play a key role in root cause analysis (field return, production issues), technology development, circuit design (due to obsolescence, enhancements and portfolio extension) for embedded systems, product verification and certification testing, and release to production. You will work on a team comprised of engineers across multiple disciplines (e.g., mechanical, power electronics, embedded software), project managers, product marketing, and manufacturing & quality organizations to bring our product roadmaps to life.
The environment fosters a collaborative and innovative approach to work with teams across the globe. It is dynamic, fast-paced, and requires a highly motivated individual with a passion for product development. In this role, you will have the opportunity to develop both technical and leadership skills and experience by take on increasing scope and responsibility.
This position is part of a job family. Experience will be the determining factor.
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience required.
Rockwell Automation will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. No sponsorship is being offered with this role.
Up to 10% travel
5-7 years' experience in power electronics development in the area control hardware and/or industrial power conversion equipment
Demonstrated knowledge of fundamental EE concepts (circuit analysis, control theory, and EM).
Control hardware design experience including low power logic hardware circuit design, PCB layout with signal integrity and EMI considerations.
Microprocessor/Microcontroller system design with preferably ARM processors
Memory system designs
Logic Design for FPGA/CPLD/PAL devices
Component analysis experience and device characterization
Experience with analog design of signal conditioning and filter circuitry.
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of modeling tools, i.e. Matlab/Simulink, Simplorer, LTSpice, Maxwell, etc.
Understanding of EMI noise reduction techniques, PCB layout, gate drive design, thermal management, voltage and current sensing techniques and protection circuitry.
Detailed oriented in the organization of documentation related to design concepts, validation, and product release requirements.
Demonstrated expertise in laboratory testing and experience with test equipment including oscilloscopes, data acquisition equipment, spectrum analyzers, etc.
Experience in managing prototype build from BOM creation to build change requests.
Understanding of statistical methods (DfSS) and design analysis (Monte Carlo, DFMEA, etc...) in a product development environment.
Experience with agency approval requirements and design for regulatory compliance (UL, CE).
Demonstrated ability to handle ambiguity and changes in project priority.
Master's in Electrical Engineering focused in power electronics, electric machines, or control systems.
This position is part of a job family. Experience will be the determining factor for position level and compensation
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer including disability and veterans.
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