We design and manufacture sensors for industrial process equipment. We are introducing wireless products and have an opening for an Electrical/Electronics Engineer for our Logan facility. The primary responsibility of the Electronics Design Engineer will be to work in hardware and firmware design and development of PCB's for level, flow, and pressure sensors for the industrial market place. A part of our product development team, you will be responsible for bringing products from conception to full production. Development focus on HART or WirelessHART compatible devices will a primary responsibility. Duties will include but not be limited to:
Local candidates will be giving priority.
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