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Senior hardware electrical engineer


This is a Full-time position in Montreal, QC posted September 11, 2019.

WeWork is the platform for creators, providing hundreds of thousands of members across the globe space, community, and services that enable them to do what they love and craft their life’s work.

Our mission is to build a world where people work to make a life, not just a living, and our own team members are central to that goal.

We are building software for physical space that uses data and technology at each point in the building process, such that it can make better sourcing decisions, improve its designs, build faster and smarter, and ultimately improve the lives of the people working within its buildings.

Our state of the art technologies and dedication to technological innovation are key reasons why WeWork has been able to scale from operating one workspace location to more than 250 in just over eight years.

WeWork is designing and building Hardware systems and devices to instrument and control our spaces and those of our partners.

The hardware engineer is responsible for designing hardware products, composed of both off-the-shelf components and in-house designed components.

Responsibilities Define electrical system architecture, author circuit schematics, provide guidance on board layout, review component placement and board layout Analyze circuit performance using modeling and simulation tools (e.g.

signal integrity, timing analysis) Select off-the-shelf components Select suppliers based on evaluation of product / component offerings vs program technical requirements Bring up evaluation boards / platforms for embedded controllers and processors Design and build prototype hardware to demo features, validate proof-of-concept, enable development efforts for internal partner teams Author comprehensive functional test and validation plans for modules and systems, to guarantee functional performance over all supported use-cases and environmental conditions Define diagnostic tools required to assess health and/or provide debug capabilities in the field Author and publish product documentation for hardware requirements and specifications, hardware design files and hardware test / validation / characterization plans Perform error budget analysis and publish factory test specifications to guarantee functional performance through supply chain Perform verification of hardware design by characterizing hardware performance over corners of manufacturing process, production and environmental conditions Debug hardware issues and perform failure analysis to determine physical root-cause.

Implement and validate corrective actions Support build execution activities at vendor sites.

Publish comprehensive reports summarizing hardware performance in terms of factory test yields, top issues and FA/CA status Communicate hardware design details and requirements, program status and technical risks to internal partner teams and management Qualifications Bachelors/Masters degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering, or equivalent 5+ years experience with electrical hardware design, integration and/or validation Strong knowledge of digital design, development with high-speed buses and signal integrity considerations Familiarity with analysis of component derating and extended ambient temperature range Experience working with embedded software and test software is highly desirable Experience building hardware products from concept through development and production Experience in hardware bring-up including debugging, functional verification, and manufacturing support Experience prototyping in a hands-on, lab setting (e.g.

comfortable with soldering, oscilloscopes, logic analyzers) Strong verbal and written communication skills Preferred Experience with low-power designs and interfacing with analog sensors Experience with board-level analog circuit design and simulation tools (e.g.

PSPICE) Experience with FPGA hardware and firmware design (VHDL) as well as microcontroller designs Experience with hardware engineering processes and standards Experience with low-level, embedded systems programming (e.g.

C, C++, etc.) Experience with scripting tools (e.g.

Python) for data analysis and bench-top testing / characterization Familiarity with basic mechanical engineering concepts Experience working with external design and manufacturing partners Experience with injection molding and tooling Understanding of basic security concepts for networks and systems Apply now!