Microtube Technologies is a University spin-off incorporated in 2018. Specialized in soft sensing technologies, the company provides customized solutions for wearables using its proprietary microfiber sensors for strain and forces detection. The company is developing a fully soft and conformal smart glove that can be used in gaming, augmented reality, rehabilitation, Internet-of-Things and robotics.
Join us and be a part of the team working on developing wearables with our microfiber sensors!
Duties and responsibilities
Microtube Technologies is looking for an Electrical Engineer to design wearable sensors for a wide range of application such as rehabilitation, healthcare training, robotic control and gaming.
As an Electrical Design Engineer in Microtube Technologies, you will contribute to the hardware and firmware development of the wearable sensors in the following manner:
- Perform electrical design work that may include analog, digital, power and/or wireless circuitry.
- Contribute to firmware development by testing, debugging, refactoring and writing code for embedded targets (PIC, ARM, etc.).
- Participate in PCBA bring-up and characterization
- Design, fabricate, and evaluate components or circuitry for use in wearables
- Conduct system testing, debugging, and issue tracking
- Conduct root cause failure analysis on devices
- Produce design documentation and execute test procedures
- Develop and execute verification/validation testing strategy
- Works independently with work checked on a regular basis
- Perform other duties as assigned by management
Qualifications and desired skills
- Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or closely related field
- 0 - 3 years of relevant experience
- Experience with some firmware programming languages, such as C/C++
- Experienced in the use of general engineering lab equipment.
- Fine hand skills for soldering and other similar benchtop electronics assembly processes
- Knowledge of electrical circuits and components, as well as eCAD software (Orcad, Cadence, Allegro, etc.)
- Understanding of both analog and digital electronics
- Familiarity with common communication protocols (I2C, SPI, serial, CAN)
- Familiarity with PIC/ARM or Arduino-based microcontrollers
- Familiarity with PCB fabrication, and PCBA assembly processes and issues will be advantageous