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Posted: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 5:22 AM

Job Description:/h3:
Lauda:Noah is seeking an Electrical Hardware Design Engineer, who will design and develop innovative products, systems and components to serve the thermal management needs of the semiconductor processing industry.

The Electrical Hardware Design Engineer will be a key contributor and technical leader in a cross:functional team of engineers, supporting both new product development and sustaining of existing products to improve performance and cost.

As a member of the engineering team, the Electrical Hardware Design Engineer will:
Use sound engineering troubleshooting and decision:making techniques to focus troubleshooting efforts and assign resolution priority to technical issues.
Create designs and improve existing products with a strong quality focus, including use of FMEA techniques.
Define and execute product electrical testing regimes.
Document requirements and technical specifications.
Use flexible thinking and strong communication skills to work closely and collaboratively with other mixed discipline engineers.
Use sound economic judgement in new project proposals and
performance/cost/schedule tradeoff decisions.

Responsibilities (not a complete listing)
:Design, implement and troubleshoot electronics as part of a cross:functional new product development team.
:Make data:driven cost, performance and schedule tradeoffs in developing products that align with defined customer requirements.
:Identify, recommend and implement cost reduction and feature enhancement opportunities within existing products.
:Direct the work of technician support staff according to product development priorities.
:Generate technical documentation defining the design, test processes and test results of new products.
:Support company quality and continuous improvement objectives.
:Clearly communicate justification for design choices and tradeoffs with engineering colleagues and management.

Job Requirements and Responsibilities
Education
Required: BSEE in Electrical Engineering
Desired: MSEE in Electrical Engineering
Training Requirements
:Use of industry standard EE CAD tools for schematic and PCB development.

Support Functions
:EE CAD library development and maintenance.
:Project schedule development.
:On:site customer support on occasion. Some domestic and international travel requiredpany Description:/h3:
Shrinking semiconductor device geometries, demanding new semiconductor processes and a highly competitive business environment are challenging the semiconductor industry like never before. To remain competitive semiconductor manufacturers must migrate frequently, quickly and with precision to new process nodes driven by Moores Law. To do this well requires smart technical solutions, including thermal management systems that combine fast and accurate semiconductor processing temperature control with an emphasis on reduced operating costs and improved reliability. LAUDA:Noah is meeting the thermal management challenges of the semiconductor industry with environmentally friendly and low total:cost:of:ownership products based on energy saving thermoelectric technology.
LAUDA:Noah is engaged in the design, development, manufacturing and distribution of chillers and heat exchangers for the semiconductor industry. Twenty years ago, Lauda:Noah pioneered the first integration of thermoelectric devices into temperature control systems for semiconductor wafer processing applications. Today, LAUDA:Noah is the global market leader in providing thermoelectric:based temperature control systems to the semiconductor industry.
We are guided in our belief that prosperity in this competitive industry stems from providing customers with highly engineered new products and world class customer service. We know that great products result at the intersection of customer needs and engineering insight. We strive to create value for our customers through a pro

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• Location: Portland

• Post ID: 24252502 portland
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