Hardware Engineer

Company Name:
Kelly Services Feed
Kelly IT Resources is currently recruiting for a Hardware Engineer in the greater Hillsboro, OR area
Job Duties:
The board development hardware
contractor is responsible for participating in multidisciplinary design and development of servers supporting DCG's cloud computing and customer enabling initiatives. The contractor will work to develop innovative and successful Intel Architecture designs for next generation datacenter computing solutions. Duties include all aspects of printed circuit board (PCB) design, including electrical components selection, PCB materials qualification, power circuitry design and validation, high speed bus design. The contractor will be interfacing with a cross-functional team to develop system level architectures and board level implementations. Additional duties include preparing specifications, design, schematic entry, leading layout, system bring-up, and debug.
Required Skills:
Bachelor or Masters degree in Electrical Engineering or
Engineering or equivalent with 6+ years of experience in server platform design.
Additional minimum requirements include:
At least 4 years of experience with Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design and High Speed design required
At least 4 years working with IA-32/64 or Itanium architecture
At least 4 years of experience with industry standard bus architectures
Demonstrated lab troubleshooting and debug experience with high speed digital circuits
Board HW design
Preferred Skills:
System integration, knowledge of storage and networking a plus.
Adherence to setting and meeting schedule and accurate development forecasting is essential
Completion of several board and system development projects would be an added advantage
Interested candidates can inquire directly
Job Reference #: US501TKJ_BH770122
Work Type: None Specified
Employment Type: Temporary/Contract
Category: IT/Software Development
Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)
Location: Hillsboro OR
Industry: Computer Hardware
Highest Education: Unspecified
% of Travel: Not Specified
Date Posted: Yesterday

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