Electronics R&D Engineer – Orange, CA. (Posted 1/17/2017)
Electronics R&D Engineer sought by Institute for Wildlife Studies in Orange, CA to be responsible for the design of advanced electronic telemetry systems used to document the activities and locations of animals involved in wildlife research studies. Responsible for the following duties: Research components; Design hardware; Write software and print circuit board layouts; Design final automated testing; Interact with computers using advanced computer design and simulation programs; Use complex electronic test equipment; and Troubleshoot electronic circuitry.
Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering or related field or foreign equivalent and 4 years of experience in job offered or closely related occupation. *Employer will accept any suitable combination of education, training, or experience.
- 1. Conducting laboratory tests using RF Generator, Spectrum Analyzer, Digital Oscilloscope, DC Voltmeters and Power Supply;
- 2. Experience with SQL Server Compatible Database Program;
- 3. Experience with Windows Program for Microcontrollers Flash Programming using encrypted hex files;
- 4. Using C language and the assembly language.
Institute for Wildlife Studies is an equal opportunity employer.
How to apply:
Qualified applicants please send resume to:
Institute for Wildlife Studies
Attn: Albert Porter, 426 W. Taft Ave., Orange, CA 92865
**Must reference JOB CODE#: EFP-01 when applying.
It is the policy of Institute for Wildlife Studies to afford full equal employment opportunity to qualified employees and applicants, regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental handicaps, military or veteran status, sexual preference, or any other protected condition or characteristic in conformity with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.