Current Opportunities Available
Title: Electrical Engineer
Location: Audio Research, Maple Grove, MN
Audio Research Corporation (ARC) – www.audioresearch.com – designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and sells some of the most sought after hi-end audio electronics in the world. Leveraging our 50 year history, ARC is known to be one of the top brands in the Hi-End Audio (Audiophile) market world-wide. With a focus on Tube (Valve) electronics and a ‘Made-in-America’ value proposition, we design and build all our products – by hand – in our 20,000 sq. ft. Maple Grove, MN facility. We are a small, dedicated team of 25+ passionate individuals driven to build some of the best audio reproduction equipment available.
We offer a very competitive salary and benefits package including comprehensive insurance, paid-time-off, and a 401K retirement savings program. We are an equal opportunity employee.
Seeking a “hands on” Electrical Engineer with a passion for high quality audio reproduction. Must be a self starter, have good people skills, willingness to learn and be exceptionally organized. Must be a team player. This engineer will perform design work, provide continuation support, and shepherd new products through safety testing and EMI testing. Will conduct testing of analog and digital circuits and products.
Provide design and continuation support of analog and digital circuits as well as firmware. Need to have an understanding of fundamental analog devices and circuits, knowledge of linear power supplies, switching power supplies, triac circuits. Vacuum tube knowledge a plus!
Create schematic, PCB layouts and BOM’s using Altium.
Perform digital hardware design: Embedded controllers, DAC’s , displays, general digital logic design.
Needs to understand and be able to work with various digital communication protocols and standards: USB, RS232, I2S, SPDIF.
Ability to write firmware/software preferred.
Work with safety testing agencies on new products- IEC safety testing experience a plus.
Work with EMI testing agencies on new products. Develop EMI troubleshooting and pre-testing capabilities.
Familiarity with audio electronics and audio engineering preferred.