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At Axon, we’re on a mission to Protect Life. We’re explorers, pursuing society’s most critical safety and justice issues with our ecosystem of devices and cloud software. Like our products, we work better together. We connect with candor and care, seeking out diverse perspectives from our customers, communities and each other.

Life at Axon is fast-paced, challenging and meaningful. Here, you’ll take ownership and drive real change. Constantly grow as you work hard for a mission that matters at a company where you matter.

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Your Impact

As a Senior member of the Video Electrical Engineering team, you will lead and engage in rigorous hands-on design, development, and testing of cutting-edge video product electronics that are integral to Axon Body Worn Cameras, Docks, and accessory devices. Your accumulated technical expertise, engineering process know-how, technology passion, and proven own-it attitude will be critical to successful designs that meet the challenging requirements demanded by our customers. Not only will you own critical electronics designs, but you will interact with connections around the globe to realize truly World-Class products. Additionally, as an electrical engineering expert, your strong technical leadership skills will influence and grow junior engineering talent as you interact with and mentor others within the teams. Get ready to exercise your already strong skillset and learn even more, while helping a passionate team deliver technologies that positively impact Law Enforcement, Public Safety, and their surrounding communities.

What You'll Do

Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Reports to: Electrical Engineering Manager

  • Research, propose, and develop industry leading and creative circuit designs for LTE enabled Body Worn Cameras, Networked Docking Stations, and peripheral products.
  • Use OrCAD Schematic tools, design embedded Mixed-Signal electronic circuits that may integrate application processors, microcontrollers, image sensors, high- and low-speed data interfaces, memory, switch-mode and linear power supplies, batteries, audio subsystems, RF transceivers, and discrete digital and analog components.
  • Team with PCB engineers to define, plan, implement, and inspect printed circuit board layout designs using Allegro or other layout tools
  • Collaborate with cross functional engineering design, technology partners, and manufacturing teams to own electronics development through full product development lifecycles from concept to mass production.
  • Perform schematic and layout design inspections to root out defects, improve quality of design releases and product reliability.
  • Map out test plans and draft test methods for evaluating designs.
  • Bring up, characterize, and debug systems and circuits using lab tools such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, power supplies, etc.
  • Assess and document design outcomes, test results, and related information and present information to design teams.
  • Evaluate performance of circuits and assess compliance to product and regulatory requirements.
  • Optimize performance of electronics design using simulation tools and hands-on measurements
  • Develop, evaluate, and finalize Bill of Materials and other design documentation needed for product release.
  • Knowledge sharing, mentoring and elevating skills of team members.

What You Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or similar engineering discipline
  • 8 years of industry electronics design experience with a major focus on designing high-speed, high-density, portable, battery-powered embedded circuits.
  • Demonstrated ownership of sub-system electronics design/integration activities and verification testing in several of the following areas: microcontroller and/or high-speed applications processor, memory subsystems, power delivery networks, audio subsystems, RF subsystem integration (Wifi, BT, LTE), high-speed wired interfaces (USB3.x, MIPI D-PHY, SERDES, Ethernet, etc), complex sensor systems, megapixel image sensors, etc.
  • Experience integrating Bluetooth Low Energy transceiver SoCs into low power devices.
  • Experience with power system design (Switch mode, linear regulators)
  • Power consumption analysis and system power consumption minimization experience for maximizing lifetime of battery operated products.
  • Hands-on proficiency with electronics bring-up, characterization, and debug using laboratory tools: Oscilloscope, power supplies, multimeters, custom jigs, etc
  • Proficient with high speed signal design and verification testing
  • Schematic design proficiency using Cadence/OrCAD tools, including BOM development.
  • Proficiency working with PCB engineers to realize PCB design: PCB definition, directing layout, layout inspection and optimization, and release to fabrication. Experience with Allegro Viewer a plus.
  • Well versed in engineering processes and expectations in all engineering design phases from concept to mass production release.
  • Independent contributor capable of developing products within cross-functional and geographically diverse engineering teams
  • Experience designing and debugging products to pass regulatory standards (FCC, CE, IEC, etc).
  • Experience with documentation, analysis, and presentations tools, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Preferred skills

  • Experience designing electronics used in video camera products or cell phones.
  • Familiar with Linux command line

Benefits that Benefit You

  • Competitive salary and 401K with employer match
  • Discretionary paid time off
  • Robust parental leave policy
  • An award-winning office/working environment
  • Ride along with police officers to see them use our technology and get inspired
  • And more...

Benefits listed herein may vary depending on the nature of your employment and the location where you work.

Don’t meet every single requirement? That's ok. At Axon, we Aim Far. We think big with a long-term view because we want to reinvent the world to be a safer, better place. We are also committed to building diverse teams that reflect the communities we serve.

Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they check every box in the job description. If you’re excited about this role and our mission to Protect Life but your experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification listed here, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.


NOTE: The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all duties, responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. The job description may change or be supplemented at any time in accordance with business needs and conditions.

Some roles may also require legal eligibility to work in a firearms environment.

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