At Ouster, we're developing advanced sensor hardware and vision algorithms for autonomous cars and drones. We're looking for software and hardware engineers interested in working on the systems that underpin modern robotics: high performance sensors, localization, mapping, object detection, tracking and classification. Our team is composed of engineers that wear many hats and enjoy building robots that cope with the messiness of the real world. All of us push code, some of us build hardware, and none of us wants to wait another decade for cars and drones to be driving themselves
As an Electrical Engineer/Hardware Engineer with analog focus, you will be responsible for the electrical design of our products. We are looking for candidates who thrive in a fast paced start-up environment. You will own all aspects of EE hardware design, including circuit/board design, layout and validation. If people have questions about such and such analog subsystems, they come to you.
BSEE with 5+ years experience/MSEE with 3+ years of experience in consumer product design
Experience of leading and working with ODM/OEMs for all stages of product development
STRONG experience with analog design in fields such as low-power circuit design, DC/DC converters, wireless power design, or RF design.
Experience in high speed EE system design and noise suppression techniques.
Experience with system-level design including circuit design, system bring-up, integration, and debugging
Experience with processor architecture, digital circuit design and various communications protocols such as I2C, UART, SPI, USB, MIPI, I2S, etc.
Experience with debugging your own designs
Experience in leading and driving design development from schematic capture, PCB layout through physical assembly
Experience in high volume manufacturing environment
Expertise in complex analog system such as wireless power, high-speed communication link design (electrical, optical, RF)