As a Hardware Engineer you’ll work closely with a team to create computer related products that focus on competitve markets and customer requirements, technology advances, product quality, product cost and time-to-market.
- 20 hours/week
- Availability to work through Sping 2016 semester
- Open to undergraduate and graduate WSU students
- Currently pursuing or possessing a degree in Electric Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or an equivalent degree
- Experience and/or interest in hardware design and development related to storage products.
- Familiarity with and a desire to learn basic concepts of design engineering, reliability and prototyping.
- Ability to work collaboratively within a team environment of engineers to meet aggressive goals and high quality standards.
- Ability to follow standard design principles and practices.
- Proficient in technology and development.
- Experience working directly with hardware debug equipment (such as oscilloscopes, multi-meters, digital loads and function generators)
- Experience with digital signal processor (DSP) design and programming a plus.Strong oral and written communication skills are essential.