WiFi is the new electricity. Outside of the smartphone, it’s the technology we depend on the
most; the foundation for the modern home. It makes our favorite experiences – Netflix, Spotify,
FaceTime – come to life. Without it, almost nothing works.
But at best, WiFi is like death by a thousand cuts: dead zones, painful setup, embarrassing
passwords, equipment that’s a major eyesore. At worst, it fails completely – just as you’re trying
to send that critical file to your boss or firing up the Sonos for your dinner party.
eero is fixing all of this. It’s not easy, which is why we’ve built a world-class team and culture.
We all believe deeply in what we’re doing, and, as importantly, enjoy doing it together.

Job Description:

As a System Electrical Engineer, you will work with the rest of the eero Hardware
Engineering team to design, implement, debug, and characterize embedded systems for
wireless networking applications. In this role, you will:

  • Evaluate and select electronic components based on system requirements
  • Develop and review board schematics
  • Review and optimize board layouts for signal and power integrity
  • Perform bring-up of new board designs
  • Develop hardware test plans and automation scripts for engineering and manufacturing
    tests
  • Participate in the process of taking eero’s hardware from the prototype stage to mass
    production
  • Provide engineering support to manufacturing, for both new and existing products


Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or related field
  • 3+ years of experience in board-level design, component selection, board bring-up, and
    prototyping
  • Knowledge of best practices for the design of high-speed boards and embedded
    systems
  • Familiarity with schematic capture and PCB layout software tools (preferably Cadence
    tools)
  • Experience doing and/or supervising the layout of PCBs with 6 or more layers
  • Proficiency in the use of electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes, logic analyzers
    and power supplies, as well as surface-mount soldering and rework equipment
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English & Chinese

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of experience in board-level design, component selection, board bring-up, and
    prototyping
  • Knowledge of software tools for the automation of hardware validation tests
  • Understanding of the integration challenges posed by wireless technologies such as
    WiFi, Bluetooth, and IEEE 802.15.4
  • Experience designing consumer electronics products for cost and manufacturability
  • At least one full product development cycle leading to the successful launch of a
    consumer product

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