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Design Engineer – Electronic Systems

Job Locations US-NY-Hopewell Junction
Posted Date 5 months ago(7/1/2020 1:53 PM)
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eMagin is currently accepting applications for a Design Engineer - Electronic Systems role, at their location in Hopewell Junction, NY. The Design Engineer will work with the Product Development team to develop, validate and qualify the company’s microdisplay circuit boards, probe cards and design reference circuit boards. The candidate must be willing to work day-shift.


  • Design and validate carrier boards for all microdisplay products
  • Design and validate test probe cards for all microdisplays to support test, characterization and qualification of existing and new microdisplay products
  • Develop FPGAs to interface microdisplays to multiple format sources
  • Maintain design reference kit hardware applications
  • Support the development of test and characterization systems for production and development
  • Support the development of product demonstration systems
  • Support customer troubleshooting


  • BSEE
  • 4-5 years related experience with electronic systems product development
  • Display experience desired but not required
  • Experience with schematic capture software (OrCad experience a plus)
  • Experience with component selection
  • Experience with board design requirements and verification (Board layout experience a plus)
  • Experience with board level troubleshooting and test equipment
  • Experience with FPGA design (Verilog preferred): Altera FPGA preferred
  • Working knowledge of C for embedded application
  • Experience with Raspberry Pi, Microchip PIC is a plus
  • Experience with user application development and troubleshooting

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Company Profile

The Leader in OLED microdisplay technology for the next generation of computing and imaging devices, serving world-class customers in the military, consumer, medical and industrial markets. We invent, engineer and manufacture display technologies of the future in the USA, including our Direct Patterning Technology (dPd) that will transform the way the world consumes information. Since 2001 our microdisplays are being used in AR/VR, aircraft cockpits, heads up display systems, thermal scopes, night vision goggles, future weapon systems and a variety of other applications.


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