Electrical Engineer Design

  • Columbus, OH
  • Direct Hire
  • Job ID: OH156-2692884

Electrical Engineer (Design) 

The Electrical Engineering (Design) position is responsible for the creation, development, industrialization, verification and validation of electronics and electrical systems for this manufacturing group.

  • Create, prepare, and modify Engineering CAD Drawings, including PCB drawings and wiring diagrams for new product development and Engineering Changes release.
  • Be liaison between Engineering and Purchasing, Manufacturing, and Service.
  • Develop high quality test plans based on input from design and marketing documentation.
  • Design and coordinate standard engineering tests and experiments.
  • Participate principally in the design and building of test fixtures and development of automated test procedures.
  • Summarize, analyze, and draws conclusions from test results.
  • Prepare standard reports/documentation to communicate results to the Engineering, Quality, and Product Management.
  • Determine material and equipment needs and order supplies.
  • Participate in design reviews


  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university or college.
  • Minimum 5-7 years of experience in Electrical Engineering developing products in a manufacturing environment.
  • Minimum 3-5 years programming microcontrollers using C/C++.Analog/Digital circuit design, troubleshooting,
  • AC-DC Converter/Inverter design. Thorough grasp of electrical design principles and exposure to industrial/military components.
  • Knowledge of revision control systems and practices.
  • Experience with high power electronics.
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