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Firmware Engineer, LDT

Company Name:
Newport Corporation
70009999">Firmware Engineer, LDT
Job Code :70009999
Division :Photonics
Location :Bozeman MT US 59715
% of Travel Required :0-10%
Job Type :Full Time
Career Level :Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education :Bachelor''s Degree
Skill :Engineering ->Electrical
Category :Engineering
Job Description :
ILX ( ), a wholly owned subsidiary of Newport Corporation, designs and manufactures a broad range of photonics instrumentation, including laser diode controllers and drivers, temperature controllers, current sources, optical power and wavelength meters, semiconductor laser/LED burn-in, test and characterization systems, and fiber optic sources. ILX distributes its products in North America, Europe and Asia, and its customers include Fortune 500 corporations, national research laboratories, and government and educational institutions, many of whom are already customers of Newport for other products.
This position will analyze, design, program, debug, and modify embedded instrumentation firmware and Windows software. Work will often involve interfacing with mixed signal hardware, as well as digital hardware design. This position requires knowledge of and exposure to hardware design, as well as of Windows 7 and Windows XP programming using the .NET framework 2.5 and newer. Most programming is in high level languages (C, C++, C#), but the candidate should have an understanding of assembly when necessary.
Job Requirements :
Qualified candidates should have a minimum of a BS in CpE, CS or EE and experience working with embedded systems and RTOSes. Qualified candidates will be able to design digital hardware and firmware to communicate with IC's using multiple communication protocols. This position requires a high energy self-starter with excellent technical and communication skills. Experience working with laser diodes and other electro-optical devices a plus.
This position is located in Bozeman, MT. Relocation is available.

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