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  • john.r
    Bumping this up.

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  • john.r
    To clarify, the job is FULL TIME, but you can work remotely up to about 70% of the time.

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  • Hiring: Electronics Hardware Engineer / PCB Designer (up to 70% remote)

    We're a NYC startup building next generation tech. We are looking for EE/CE engineers able to build completely new things, fail fast, and come up with cool ideas and solutions. If you want to be part of a fast-paced, fun startup environment, you came to the right place!

    We are coming out of stealth with some very exciting products and you would be one of the early employees at a stage where you can make a lasting impact.

    This is not a cubicle job.
    This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
    You would be one of the top key people in a high visibility project.

    • Most importantly: "can do" startup mindset
    • Experience with and an excellent understanding of the entire PCB design lifecycle.
    • Capable of designing multi-layer mixed domain PCBs with circuitry
    • Comfortable with: hundreds of components, ICs with hundreds of fine-pitch pins, high speed networking, high-power buck/boost and linear converters, high-power LC filters
    • Ability to take a concept through the prototyping, design, manufacturing, and debugging phases.
    • Ability to consider complex thermal, mechanical, and electromagnetic requirements.

    • Cool salary and benefits
    • Stock
    • Save the world
    • Can work remotely most days
    • Located in NYC / Brooklyn
    • Stay away from cubicles and big boring corporations
    • Work on cool projects including both hardware and software
    • We sponsor H1-B visas and have done so in the past successfully
    • Wear your pajama to work

    To apply, send your resume to [email protected].

    For more details including salary ranges go here: