At Genus R&D, we empower our colleagues and their customers around the world to fulfill a mission that is genuinely crucial to the future of humankind: to pioneer animal genetic improvement to help sustainably nourish the world. Food consumption is expected to rise by 60% in the next 20 years. Our challenge is to affordably and sustainably meet that escalating demand. We are seeking an Embedded Electrical Engineer to join the Instrument Engineering team in pioneering research to transform the global animal protein industry.
The Electrical Engineer – PCB Design will implement design and circuit boards for use in flow cytometers used in the analysis and processing of animal cells. This position will work closely with fellow electrical engineers, embedded engineers, systems engineering, mechanical engineering, and software to deliver next generation circuit boards to improve system performance. A successful candidate in this role will be able maintain ownership of the design in constraint development, schematic capture, design review, supplier layout, layout review, drawing development, prototype, testing, and release. Join our team to make a global impact on one of the biggest challenges currently facing humankind.
Job title and level will be adjusted to match the candidate’s experience. All people are welcome to apply. Preference will be given to those with an intermediate or senior (3+) years of relevant experience.
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