Electrical Engineer
Job Details
Full Time
Engineering
About the Job

Delve’s Electrical Engineering team is looking to add a talented Electrical Engineer to our expanding product development team. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team to create innovative solutions for our clients through our highly collaborative design process. You will work on products across industries, including consumer goods, commercial products, transportation, and medical devices.

 

Responsibilities

  • Develop creative and functional electronics designs based upon the needs of our clients
  • Represent electrical engineering considerations within multi-disciplinary development teams
  • Provide insights into emerging technologies and uncovering, identifying, and creating business and product opportunities for our clients during strategic conceptualization efforts
  • Develop innovative product concepts through a process of collaborative brainstorming and verifying feasibility with a combination of analytical tools and physical modeling
  • Translate user needs into defined product metrics
  • Interact with our valued clients through meetings, presentations, design reviews and informal interactions - building trust and respect through a highly collaborative development process
About You

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in electrical or computer engineering required

  • 2+ years proven track record in electronics hardware development

 

Preferred Experience

  • You are a creative conceptualizer with the ability to effectively envision and communicate concepts

  • You have experience with Altium or other electrical CAD software

  • You have experience developing microprocessor based electronic solutions

  • You have experience with integrated sensors into hardware solutions

  • You have experience with printed circuit board layout considerations and developing and executing circuit board test plans

  • You have experience developing hardware solutions for one or more of these communication protocols: Ethernet, SPI, I2C, Wifi, Bluetooth and other wireless protocols

  • You have experience developing actuation (motors, solenoids, etc.) solutions

  • You have a high level of comfort in all client-facing activities and great interpersonal skills.

  • You have excellent writing and presentation skills both needed for workshop facilitation and client presentations

  • You are comfortable with ambiguity and complexity, because sometimes that leads to the most unique, unexpected design solutions

  • You want to work in an environment where things move quickly, and you're happy to adapt as situations shift

  • You act with an inclusive mindset and model these behaviors for the organization

  • You are motivated by change, and see the pandemic, social injustice, and our younger generations as meaningful opportunities to adapt how we design and collaborate, and what we deliver. Because equity, inclusion, and diversity are important to you, you have a point of view, personal or professional experience, or interest in helping make a difference.

 

Be inspired. Be inspiring. Be yourself. 

Delve embraces difference because creativity, curiosity, and diversity drive innovation. We nurture a supportive and inclusive environment. Be yourself and create a future that improves lives. We encourage applicants of color and those with diverse lived experiences to apply.

 

About Delve 


Delve is a multidisciplinary product innovation firm that brings bold ideas to market those guides clients through the complexities of innovation, delivering better, faster, and more sustainable success. For over 55 years, Delve has mobilized the best experts and technologies for its clients, completing over 10,000 client projects, producing over 1,500 patents, and winning over 200 design awards.

Delve serves ambitious start-ups to Fortune 500 clients in the healthcare, consumer, and commercial industries, delivering innovation through advanced expertise in research, strategy, design, and engineering. Delve has placed innovation studios in Boston, Madison, Philadelphia, and San Francisco to attract forward- thinking leaders to solve complex product challenges through human-centered design.

 

 

 

 

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