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Entry Level Electrical Engineer Intern

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Responsibilities:
Design core electronic products for Starrett Tools. Provide conceptual design of complex Electronic and Electro-mechanical products, assemblies and components.
Participate in product development teams; interface with Manufacturing Engineer, Production, Manufacturing, Vendors, Subcontractors and Customers on issues related to redesign , manufacture, use of products.
Take direction from Senior engineers and R&D Director
Test and analyze prototype units and mockups
Document work; and direct and check work of Engineers, draftsmen and designers as required ensuring accuracy and compliance with company and national standards. Also insure that quality goals and objectives are met.
Participate in or lead the creation of Engineering Specifications, cost, manpower, capital, and expense estimates, along with task lists, milestones and schedules related to the development of new products
The ability to be very flexible. Works on project development, new product, redesign, corrective actions ie: cost reductions, service and support old products. Assume additional roles and responsibilities as required
Secondary role: Tech support of Wireless and wired Data Collection production, which includes phone support with customers and potential on site visits for installations and training of new users.
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Qualifications:
Must have practice in design of Digital and Analog Circuits and specifications of electronic and electro-mechanical components
Must have some exposure to PCB layout and Schematic Capture (Altium_Protel experience is preferred). Skilled in the use of ECAD tools for developing layout.
Must have experience in one or more of the following tools and methods; Design of Experiments, Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFMA)
Must have a strong work ethic, and capability to work without constant oversight
Must have a basic understanding of electro-mechanical design (DFMA)
Skilled in writing microprocessor based firmware in Assembly and Higher level code (preferred)
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