We’re looking for a Senior Electronics Engineer with good all-round experience. Given the appropriate documentation and information, you should be able to ideate a circuit diagram and bring it to a complete, production-ready final design as a part of a larger PCB, all the way up to board bring-up. Not on the first run of course – PCB design is a complex beast, and we’ll go over several test batches to iron out any issues.
- You’ll work as part of a team, so we expect you to be able to enter the pipeline at any stage. That means working with other people’s designs and documentation. Our engineering and managerial staff are well versed in EE, and we encourage a free flow of ideas and experience - it’s beneficial for everyone, especially in EE where practical experience matters a lot.
- You’ll work with people of similarly broad skillset, in a lab adequately equipped to handle most of the cases we’ll be dealing with. That includes high-speed digital IO, like DDR3/DDR4 memory, PCIe and USB 3.0 and above. You’ll also be dealing with radio signals (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc), power sections and super-silent power domains. Ability to design analog electronics is a huge bonus.
- Manual skills are a huge bonus too. This is development work, so rerouting path traces using enamel wire on a prototype or desoldering/resoldering components is a part of the job. If you can’t do it, or don’t want to do it, it’s fine – someone else will handle that. But we expect you’ll be able to instruct your colleagues on what needs to be done.
- Due to the nature of this work, you will most likely need to work from the office, to guarantee that you have access to the lab facilities. But only when necessary – we practice flex hours and remote work successfully, and it’s the work done that matters above anything else. People differ, so if you feel that you can be successful working remotely – we’re open for discussion.
- No minimal years of experience required. We value you for your skills, and that’s what we’ll focus on during the interview.
- Communication with teammates regarding the project and your share of work.
- Estimate times needed for a particular task.
- Deliver the task within the estimates, with some wiggle room of course.
- Fit within the tool and coding standards your team chooses.
- Able to prioritize tasks so they’re non-blocking for the rest of your team.
- Deliver high quality, well documented code.
- Weekly status reports via email.
- Adapt to the development methodology used by the team (Agile, Scrum, Kanban, etc.)
- You’ll have to be available on location. We practice flex hours, and you can work remotely for a part of the week, but you’ll need access to the lab facilities, devices, and be able to work on-site when the need arises.
- You are able to design a circuit schematic diagram by yourself and as part of a team, and work on existing designs.
- You can design a PCB layout and trace on the basis of a schematic, or modify existing trace and layout.
- You're capable of performing a board bring-up based on schematics and documentation.
- You have good knowledge of Altium Designer.
- No minimum years of experience, but we expect you to prove the quality of your work with existing projects.
- Experience with Radio Certification (i.e. WiFi) is very welcome.
- Communicative English
- You’ll be designing circuit schematics and PCBs for both digital and analog circuits with strong focus on:
- High frequency digital lanes and radio signals (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc)
- Power sections, super-silent power domains
- Analog electronics
- High Speed IO (DDR3/4, PCIe, USB 3.0 and higher, etc)
Nice to haves:
- Experience with Cadence OrCAD
- Additional monitor
- Business phone
- Freedom to select tools
- Can switch project
- Healthcare package for families
- Healthcare package
- Financial bonus
- Help finding an apartment
- Adaptation tips
- Car parking
- Bicycle parking
- Cold beverages
- Hot beverages
- Integration events
- In-house gym
Conclusive was founded in 2018 by Jakub Klama and Wojciech Kloska to merge their collective expertise in embedded systems. Today the heart of our company consists of over 20 exceptionally talented and experienced engineers. Our expertise spans across all frontiers of embedded system development, and allows us to adapt to most demanding endeavors.
Our headquarters are located in the European Union, in the city of Katowice – a bustling industrial and technological hub in the Silesia region of Poland.
Over the years, we’ve delivered crucial, mission-critical systems to the biggest global companies. You can find the fruit of our work in the fields of transportation, computation, data storage, and more. We’ve always delivered top notch products, and take pride in their flawless and infallible performance.
Hardware Design, Development and Production
Increasing complexity of modern embedded systems requires special measures to deliver reliable, secure and optimized embedded solutions. Here at Conclusive Engineering we understand that very well.
We have full control over our ecosystem and manufacturing facilities. Because of this, we are capable of delivering safe, performant and power-efficient turn-key solutions that are streamlined for individual client applications.
Our holistic approach is mirrored in our company structure, favoring interdisciplinary approaches from both our software and hardware teams.
This experience has led us to developing an off-the-shelf product offer, in an attempt to merge the most demanding client requests into mass-manufactured and easy to access product lines. Meticulously designed and programmed in-house to the highest standards, these boards offer a great starting point for even the most daring customizations a client might request.
Manufacturing locally in the EU in a nearby facility allows us to quickly test and amend product batches and deliver custom solutions with an unprecedented agility and turnover times.
In addition to our embedded development offer, we also deliver software at all levels of complexity.
Firmware programming is our routine. We are experienced with real-time and resource-constrained programming for a wide range of microprocessors and microcontrollers. We also write bare-metal applications that utilize the full performance of your hardware, completely omitting the need for an operating system.
Bootloaders and operating systems are part of our offer. Kernel level code for Linux, FreeBSD and FreeRTOS systems are all within our competences. We support a wide variety of bootloaders, and can deliver full Board Support Packages for your products. We also offer a GPL-free software stack for projects that want to avoid the requirements of GPL license that GNU/Linux enforces.
Device drivers are within our expertise as well – PCI Express devices, Ethernet, NAND, USB, SATA, SPI, I2C, audio and video protocols and stacks, and much more. We also employ a wide array of optimization and benchmarking tools to assure our driver code reaches the best possible performances.
High level applications and middleware programming are amongst our competences too. We use state-of-theart techniques and technologies to deliver applications with outstanding performance and scalability. We deliver maintainable, well-readable code, optimized for multi-core, multi-threaded operation, with concurrent lockless data structures – all the way up to a flawless UI and UX offering great user satisfaction, speed and ease of use.
Our knowledge and facilities allow us to deliver a broad range of services and consultancy related to embedded computing.
We perform debugging, profiling and design audits, on all applicable stages of a product’s development and life cycle. Hard to resolve and hard to find bugs are amongst our specializations.
Need assessment for particular use cases or complex projects, project planning and estimates - such as defining feature sets, sourcing parts, providing cost estimates, optimizations and product variants – are all within our offer. We perform these on a regular basis, both for our clients as prerequisites to product development, and to keep our own products competitive.