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Technica Engineering: automotive hardware developer (m/f)

Munich, Germany

As an innovative technology company, Technica Engineering offers a wide range of products and services for the development and testing of electronic control devices. For instance, our innovative hardware and software solutions enable to comprehensively and efficiently test modern electronic components and networks during their development. We always offer our employees an attractive start with fast promotion prospects, competent colleagues with many years of experience for guidance and support, flat hierarchies and a variety of tasks with various development opportunities in our business areas.

Job description:
For our product department, we are looking for a hardware engineer (m/f) with more than three years experience in hardware development. You should be able to perform the following tasks independently:
- Understanding and analysis of HW requirements
- Definition of HW architecture
- Development of schematics (analogue and digital), layout and design of components
- Simulation of complex analogue circuits
- Following the EMC test and propose changes if needed
- Performing first power up and start up of the prototypes

Qualifications:
- Good knowledge in the field of circuit technology, electronics (analog and digital) and measurement technology
- Experience in design tools: Altium Design and Spice
- Experience in mentor designer would be desirable
- Experience in automotive environment is desirable
- Fluent English skills for business (German skills would be an advantage)
- Good technical perception
- Good manual skills
- Friendly appearance coupled with reliability

Severely disabled or equal applicants with identical qualifications will be preferentially selected.

If you are interested in the position, please send your complete application (CV, covering letter, work certificates) by email: personal@technica-engineering.de.


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