Principal RF Engineer - Power Supply

Reference Number: KL5417-1
Location: Boston, MA

Key responsibilities:

·         Be the key technical power supply and analog resource in the company. 

·         Have a leading role in new product platform architectures.

·         Independently determine scope and schedule within department goals.

·         Design and test power supplies for lasers and RF devices.

·         PCB layout of all electronics.

·         Design and test PID controls, TEC controllers, analog, and, digital circuits.

·         Lead system design, integration, and verification testing.

·         Lead transition of new products from design to production.

·         Provide key insight into risk management.

·         Lead role in assuring electrical safety and EMC.

·         Develop test plans for component and system level verification.

·         Work closely with a group of embedded software engineers and digital designers on system implementation.

·         Troubleshoot and perform failure analysis on existing/new electronic designs.

 

Position requirements:  

·         Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred, in Electrical Engineering with 10+ years of related experience.

·         You have designed and released several products that include high-power power supplies.

·         Good fundamental understanding of boost PFC, SMPS power supply designs.

·         Analog and digital design experience.

·         Strong systems and circuit board level debugging, testing, and documentation fundamentals.

·         Good understanding of EMI, radiated emissions, and mitigation technique.

·         Comfortable with simulation and automation tools. LTspice, Matlab, Labview.

·         Expertise in schematic capture and PCB layout tools, preferably Altium Designer.

·         Ability to work with other electrical, mechanical, optical, software engineers and scientists to develop new products.

·         Experience with IEC 60601-1, EMC, ISO 14971, and regulatory compliance process