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Electronic Hardware Engineer (2561324799)

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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Sterling PBES Energy Solutions (SPBES) is a fast-growing company that designs Energy Storage Solutions primarily in the commercial marine industry. Our team has been involved in the industry since 2009 and is responsible for many industry firsts, including powering Hybrid and fully Electric ferries, Offshore Supply Vessels, Global Freight carriers, Tugboats, Passenger Vessels, and zero-emission land-based grid energy projects.

The Electronic Hardware Engineer designs and optimizes mixed-signal electronic circuits which are the components in our battery management systems and ensure safe and efficient operation of the system.

If being accountable and directly responsible for your job is what excites you, and you love the fast pace, variety, and chaos of a global business in a high growth sector, then we may be for you – let's talk.


Responsibilities

  • Design and realize mixed-signal PCBs
  • Design circuits that involve ADCs, Microcontrollers, and DSPs
  • Prepare schematics and layouts with common EDA
  • Source required parts, equipment, and work with relevant vendors
  • Build and use electronic benches for assembly, test, and measurement
  • Direct and/or conduct electrical tests and experiments as needed to support design efforts


Qualifications Required

  • Appropriate engineering qualification
  • 5+ years' experience in design of electronics for industrial or IOT products
  • Ability, accuracy, thoroughness and timeliness, good work-ethic, able to meet deadlines
  • Strong verbal and written communication skill, able to communicate engineering requirements
  • Expertise in:
  • Designing and optimizing electronic circuits and systems
  • Use of electronic layout and simulation tools like Altium Designer or equivalent
  • Designing for electrically noisy environments; EMI, and EMC
  • Proficiency in electronic bench experiments with tools such as meters, oscilloscopes, network analyzers, etc.
  • Nice to haves:
  • Experience with energy storage management systems
  • Experience working in a start-up environment


Position is located in Vancouver, Canada with flexible working, including working from home possible.