Electrical Engineer- Greater Stamford, CT

Rock solid stability, tight-knit small company atmosphere with the deep pockets of a $3B multinational corporation, outstanding benefits–this company has it all. 60+ year old smaller electronic product manufacturer seeks a Electrical Design Engineer with some project management experience. The Human Resources Manager described the atmosphere as “employee-focused”, and the Engineering Manager said the company has “amazing people.” Employees have the option of working 7AM to 4PM or 8AM to 5PM, and they close Fridays at 1PM. Located within a mile of the Merritt Parkway. They hold 80% of the market share in one of their product lines. In exchange for working two Saturdays a year, the company has a paid shutdown between Christmas and New Years. Employees are scheduled for 6 meetings annually with their supervisor for “personal development.” You’ll be handling entire product design projects, which can take from one to six months. The job specs look typical and include creating operational definitions, component selection, schematic and PC board design using PADS, prototype and validation testing, cost and budget analysis, scheduling, manufacturing support, and more. Since the products incorporate small multilayer PC boards, there is an emphasis on design for heat dissipation. Salary ranges from $85,000 to $100,000, and there is a company-wide employee bonus program of 3% of base salary, depending on profitability. Superior benefits include Cigna Open access Plus HRA Medical plan with a $2150.00 allocation ($4,300.00 for family) from the company, 100% preventative care, prescription drug, dental and vision plans, short and long term disability, Employee Assistance Program, a 50% company matched 401(k) plan up to 4% of employee contribution, 10 paid holidays, and more. They also offer 17 days of vacation in the second year of employment.
Requires a BSEE/MSEE degree, six or more years of hardware design engineering experience, some background handling entire projects, a knack for handling heat dissipation, and the capability and willingness to personally do schematic capture and PC board design. Any experience designing electronic products for the aerospace or military industries is strongly preferred.

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