Electrical Engineering Co-op (July- Dec 2019) Thu Jan 24 00:00:00 CST 2019 Pawtucket, RI 532825300 9863 Global Development 4 Seas/Int/Coop/Din Sv <p>Education Requirements: Undregrad or Grad in field of Electrical/Electronic Engineering or Computer Engineering (Computer Science major also considered if candidate has hardware/microcontroller experience)</p> <p> </p> <p>On the job, the co-op will:</p> <p> </p> <p>• Create electronic schematics (using Multisim)</p> <p>• Build and test electrical prototype boards (solder, debug)</p> <p>• Write IC programs for electronic toys (using 8-bit microprocessors)</p> <p>• Depending on project needs, may learn Cortex M or 16-bit microcontroller languages and work with accelerometers/gyros</p> <p>• Perform sound editing (using SoundForge)</p> <p>• Refine product game plays for program development (i.e. work with flow charts)</p> <p>• Identify & troubleshoot issues with development models & work with overseas vendors to correct them</p> <p>• Evaluate competitive products</p> <p>• Perform research on new electronic technologies</p> <p>• Must have basic programming skills & knowledge of basic electronics & transistor theory. (Soldering skill is required; on-the-job training is available if necessary.)</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>Preferred Skills (additional but not necessary)</p> <ul> <li>Experience on competitive robotics teams and/or Arduino is a big "plus".</li> </ul> <p> </p>

Electrical Engineering Co-op (July- Dec 2019)

Education Requirements: Undregrad or Grad in field of Electrical/Electronic Engineering or Computer Engineering (Computer Science major also considered if candidate has hardware/microcontroller experience)

 

On the job, the co-op will:

 

• Create electronic schematics (using Multisim)

• Build and test electrical prototype boards (solder, debug)

• Write IC programs for electronic toys (using 8-bit microprocessors)

• Depending on project needs, may learn Cortex M or 16-bit microcontroller languages and work with accelerometers/gyros

• Perform sound editing (using SoundForge)

• Refine product game plays for program development (i.e. work with flow charts)

• Identify & troubleshoot issues with development models & work with overseas vendors to correct them

• Evaluate competitive products

• Perform research on new electronic technologies

• Must have basic programming skills & knowledge of basic electronics & transistor theory. (Soldering skill is required; on-the-job training is available if necessary.)

 

 

Preferred Skills (additional but not necessary)

  • Experience on competitive robotics teams and/or Arduino is a big "plus".

 


Nearest Major Market: Providence
Nearest Secondary Market: Rhode Island

Job Segment: Electrical, Engineer, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Technology, Research

Date: Jan 24, 2019

Requisition ID: 9863