Electrical Engineer-Digital Hardware


Harman

Type

Corporate / senior

Location

Country: United States

City: Elkhart

We are ONE HARMAN. We are greater than the sum of our divisions or brands. We proudly talk about our many iconic brands and describe how our technologies are transforming the car, the workplace and everywhere in between. We work hard. We create useful, playful, beautiful things. We strive for excellence and we aim to win as a team. No matter the position, every employee at HARMAN is expected to demonstrate our core competencies: leadership, change-orientation, collaboration, judgment and a results-driven mindset. At HARMAN, we expect brilliance. You can expect a career full of brilliant possibilities. Position Summary: Electrical engineering position with emphasis in analog circuit design and validation. Strong skills in circuit simulation with experience correlating simulation data with circuit proof-of-concept prototyping. Basic understanding of good layout practices for low noise audio design and minimizing EMC. Experience with power electronics as well as Class D amplifier design would be applicable. Job Responsibilities: - Good communication skills – ability to interact and communicate with contract manufacturers. - Experience with design for manufacturability (DFM). - Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment with interfaces to procurement, vendors, and contract manufacturers. - Ability to design and conduct real world tests for electrical, thermal, and mechanical integrity. Basic Qualifications: - B.S. in Electrical Engineering - New grad up to 5 years of applicable experience - Fundamental understanding of manufacturing process flow and design for manufacture. - While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to risk of electrical shock but exposure is within OSHA's standard requirements. - The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet and within OSHA's standard requirements. - While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk.