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High-speed PCB Engineer

Neural DSP is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of experts solely focused on advancing the state of the art in software and hardware for music production solutions.

We are working relentlessly at advancing and incorporating the latest developments in electronics engineering, digital signal processing, user interface/experience design, embedded systems, and machine learning into the music industry.

Our mission is to design the next generation of both audio software and hardware products in order to empower musicians’ creativity to expand alongside technology.

You will be a part of the Neural DSP development team, building and maintaining the next generation of the most advanced audio hardware products on the planet. 

You will also be the connecting link between manufacturing, and hardware development, providing valuable feedback and documentation to improve the reliability of future revisions and product designs.

Role Description/Scope

The High-speed PCB Engineer will be responsible for the design and development of the new generation of digital audio products.

Basic Qualifications

  • At least 8 years of proven track record designing high-speed PCB layouts.

  • Bachelors’ or Masters’ degree, or equivalent experience in electronics or electrical engineering.

  • Signal analysis, debugging, assembly and testing of integrated circuits and their components. 

  • Applied knowledge and experience designing high-performance embedded systems.

  • Extensive experience with SMPS design. 

  • DFM and EMC compatibility. 

  • Proficient in high-density/high-speed design (up to 10 layers).

  • Extensive experience with Altium designer.

  • Work and collaborate with mechanical engineers. 

  • Experience with ECAD libraries and library configuration management.

  • Experience with Git and version control. 

  • Comfortable working autonomously in a dynamic and vibrant environment.

Desired Qualifications

  • Measurement experience using digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, DAQs and other equipment to measure, analyze and troubleshoot electrical systems.

  • Familiar with analog audio circuits.

  • Background in music playing or production and DAWs.

  • Electronics manufacturing experience.

The position can either be part or full-time and it is remote.

Interested candidates, please send CV and/or cover letter

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