Lead Electrical Hardware Engineer

Boston, Massachusetts, US

Job ID: 5755

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has an immediate opening for a Lead Hardware Engineer at our Boston, MA engineering office.  In this position, you would be a key part of the Engineering development team, developing innovative and high-quality products for lighting and energy control systems.  

You will have the opportunity to join a dynamic group at an exciting time in the lighting industry — learning from experiences and from one another; we are always seeking to develop new innovations and product concepts, discover new technologies and process improvement methods. Products and systems, you develop are destined for use in exciting residential and commercial environments, providing concrete goals and a high degree of satisfaction when these goals are met. 

 

Responsibilities:  

  • Develop and test circuit designs (analog, power, RF) for use in lighting control systems and stand-alone dimmers. 

  • Design, qualify, and launch production test equipment 

  • Design maintainable, elegant, and lasting solutions to meet a wide variety of requirements and feature sets while working closely with a team of other highly skilled engineering professionals to deliver top-quality products to the end user 

  • Ensure high standards of quality, even under pressure 

  • Balance a variety of tasks related to: requirements gathering, circuit design, design reviews, testing, and troubleshooting 

  • Utilize your leadership capabilities to mentor and coach other engineers in solving both technical and non-technical challenges 

  • Assure a high standard of quality in your own work and in the work of others on your team via good design principles, process improvements, safety, clean designs, smart testing, and review practices 

  • Apply your communication skills to work on cross-functional engineering teams on all aspects of the product life cycle – from PCB development to prototyping and testing all the way to launching into manufacturing and interacting with the end customer  

  • Stay aligned to Lutron’s culture and values 

  • Be passionate 

  • Be flexible and adaptable to changing markets 

  • Be an innovative thinker 

  • Be customer focused 

  • Be ethical 

 

Requirements:  

  • 8+ years of industry experience in electrical circuit design and development 

  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Electrical Engineering with at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA 

  • Proven understanding of analog circuits and physics fundamentals; power electronics experience or embedded programming experience is a plus 

  • Willingness to travel – visit and troubleshoot job sites, oversee manufacturing at other facilities, take offsite training courses, accompany a salesperson to showcase your new product to a customer 

  • Hands-on attitude and proven work ethic 

 

Lutron Electronics’ position as the leading manufacturer of lighting controls worldwide, our unsurpassed quality, the breadth and depth of our product offerings, and our commitment to servicing our worldwide customers have resulted in annual double-digit growth. This growth has, in turn, allowed the company to continue to invest in finding and retaining the best people we can find to service our customers. Continuous growth has also fueled our ability to constantly develop new technologies and processes that drive the creation of new or better products, solutions, and services.   

Lutron offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and a dynamic and professional work environment. We also offer continued growth through increased job responsibilities, courses offered through Lutron University and advancement opportunities.  For more information, view our website at www.lutron.com.  

Lutron Electronics is an Equal Opportunity – Affirmative Action – Employer. We welcome qualified, motivated applicants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics 

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