Location: Mayfield Heights - Ohio
Rockwell Automation is doing things never before possible. We connect the imaginations of people with the potential of technology to make the world more intelligent, more connected and more productive. We help the world work better and people work smarter and are looking for bright minds to make that happen. The makers, the forward thinkers, the problem solvers. That's where you come in.
As an Associate Hardware Engineer for Rockwell Automation, you will have the opportunity to join a dynamic team developing the next generation of new automation control systems. In this position, you will be part of a team initially challenged with the critical role of validating the functionality and performance of the new hardware and ensuring our products meet all functional, regulatory and safety requirements. If you want be part of a team that believes in knowledge sharing, collaboration and is committed to using engineering development practices and technology to overcome any challenges, then Rockwell Automation is the place for you.
We are looking for someone who is team oriented and understands the value of using open and direct communication, honesty, and respect as an aid to building strong working relationships. We want someone who will seek knowledge of new technologies and trends in engineering and look to apply them to their job. You will be continually supported with mentorship and coaching. With success in this role, you will have the opportunity to learn all of the stages in the development cycle and take on additional scope and responsibility.
- Work on an agile team to develop test requirements and execute hardware verification test plans with traceability to product requirements, including board level functional testing, EMC/EMI, Safety Agencies (UL, ATEX, IECEX), Functional Safety (IEC 61508), and Environmental
- Perform programming, analysis, and troubleshooting of electronic hardware prototype
- Contribute to associated product design documentation and test reports
- Take ownership of assignments by understanding expected output, requesting help as needed, and helping teammates as needed
- Build relationships with technical leads and peers to grow your knowledge of the product development lifecycle
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or similar technical degree
- Legal authorization to work in the US is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening
- Experience using design capture tools, able to read & understand schematics, and have basic knowledge of circuit theory and operation, including microprocessors, digital logic devices, analog and/or DC-power conversion, programmable devices (CPLDs, FPGAs)
- Hands on experience with hardware test equipment, including debuggers, oscilloscopes, and logic analyzers
- Experience in an entry-level hardware development role, including any internship/co-op programs
- Experience developing and/or using programs (assembly, C/C++, Python, ladder) for product initialization, debug, or test
- Experience working as part of a team using Agile/Scrum methodologies, ideally in a Scaled Agile Framework
- Two years of hands-on experience with electronics design, test, and debug
- Knowledge of industrial control systems, programmable logic controllers
- Experience performing product certification testing, such as testing to meet CE and IEC 61010
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer including disability and veterans.
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