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LabSpokane:
[Standard Disclaimer: I understand the 1/r^2 law and am in no way associated with uBeam.]

http://ubeam.com/careers/electrical-engineer/

We are hiring.
Our engineering team is comprised of world-class multidisciplinary inventors, where the word “impossible” is not part of our lexicon. We take pride in solving complex technological problems quickly, across many fields. At uBeam, we go from PowerPoint to prototype in a month or less. We’re on a mission to untether the world, and we’re in search of new blood to join the team.

We’re seeking hands on, dedicated people who are driven to push the boundaries of technology, people who are not looking for a typical 9-to-5 desk job, who are looking to make tectonic shifts in the world of electricity.
Open Positions

Mechanical / Electrical Engineer

Acoustics / Piezoelectric Engineers

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Electrical Engineer

Junior to Senior Levels Required

Seeking Electrical Engineers to work on uBeam transmitter and receiver systems.  Senior level candidates should have experience / qualifications matching the majority of requirements, junior level candidates with more limited experience are desired as well, and will be additionally trained on-the-job.

EE candidates will be responsible for the design, integration, and qualification of the electronics systems.  The ideal candidate has designed high volume, high power, high-quality consumer electronics products with a consistent focus on product design as well as attention to detail.  The candidate will work closely with in-house and contract engineering teams (EE, Acoustic) to develop complete solutions.  They will work with the rest of the team to design, develop, and bring the products from concept to production.

Applicant are desired with experience in the following areas:

Electrical engineering design/engineering/build/test
Acoustic transducer driver (or low frequency power amplifier) & interface electronics
Electronics simulation (eg SPICE), design optimization, and model iteration using experimental data
Mixed signal (analog & digital) ASIC design
Battery charging and power management electronics
Microcontroller programming and architecture
PCB design, engineering, build, and test experience
Key differentiator is specific experience in all common methods of PCB fabrication and assembly (etch/mill/stencil/pick-place/etc)
Design AND build experience with high density PCBs
Chip-on-board & flex circuit design experience
Consumer electronics design experience
Electronics production and manufacturing experience
Experience in selecting EE components, writing detailed electrical specification of the system interface, and test plan documents
Communication of design requirements to fabrication houses
Define Design for Manufacturing (DFM) guidelines
Prototype build, test, and debugging
Working with vendors/suppliers/manufacturing partners
Experience in analyzing trade-offs between performance, manufacturability and cost

Icarus:
Thx Bro. I'm going to send my cv right now.

By the way; Transferring energy via ultrasound is quite dangerous for us -flesh and blood creatures- because if somebody get in the way of focused ultrasound beam, their blood may degasify or worse.

EEVblog:
Heads up, she just loves us "jaded" "narrow minded" "linear thinking" "prejudiced" engineers!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=805&v=ukgnU2aXM2c

timofonic:

--- Quote from: EEVblog on June 13, 2015, 01:43:28 pm ---Heads up, she just loves us "jaded" "narrow minded" "linear thinking" "prejudiced" engineers!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=805&v=ukgnU2aXM2c

--- End quote ---

Oh, TED Church!

So she "designs" and pay others to do it? That reminds me of Dilbert boss.

Narrow minded people is everywhere, some are bosses that consider narrow minded to an entire professional collective.

Translation:
- Low wages, expect your salary may not come due to "economic issues".
- You are going to live there, expect massive crunching.
- You'll be fired when the project works or is a massive failure.
- Even if you show something doesn't work, she'll say you to keep trying. If you fail, you'll get fired too.
- Your bosses will see you as a bad tool to solve their issues and expect moderate mobbing everyday.

Am I right?

tggzzz:

--- Quote from: EEVblog on June 13, 2015, 01:43:28 pm ---Heads up, she just loves us "jaded" "narrow minded" "linear thinking" "prejudiced" engineers!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=805&v=ukgnU2aXM2c

--- End quote ---

Revealing; well spotted!

She's definitely arguing along the lines of:

* all revolutionary products were at some point considered crazy ideas
* this is a crazy idea, therefore it will be arevolutionary product.And, at 14:25 she can't wait to give negative engineers the middle finger. Translation: agree with her or suffer.

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