Schlumberger | USA, Houston
The Electrical / Electronics Engineer is part of a team who is responsible for a product throughout its development cycle including concept, feasibility, development, testing, commercialization or sustaining. You will apply your engineering skills to develop, implement and test components for the operation and control of our complex electro-mechanical systems. Our tools are extremely complex as they might have to operate for periods in excess of 200 hours in extreme environments - high temperature (200 C), extreme pressure (30,000 Psi) and shocks (500 G’s) - up to 30,000 ft from the rig, communicating with the surface through various methods. Within a multi-disciplinary team, you will collaborate with other experts (software engineers, mechanical engineers, physicists, designers, etc.) to design the system. You will also perform technical planning for system integration, test and validation, authoring of functional specifications, and contribute to the development of new principles and concepts.
Your responsibilities will include designing complex electrical/electronic devices/assemblies, conducting both lab and /or field tests analyzing test results & preparing technical reports. You will interface with the technical staff from other disciplines and field personnel from domestic and overseas Operations organizations
Currently has or is in the process of obtaining a Bachelors, Masters or PhD in Electrical and/or Electronics Engineering (recent graduate with less than 2 years of experience).
- Electrical/Electronic design with at least exposure to one of the following
- Digital design
- Microprocessors (both Microcontrollers and DSP's.)
- Signal processing
- Analog design including amplifiers and filters
- Power electronics
- Motor control
- Excellent at verbal and written communication
- Skilled in teamwork, service oriented and quality minded.
Exposure to any of the following would be a plus:
- Knowledge of Assembler, ‘C’, RTOS
- Troubleshooting and Failure Analysis aptitude.
- Schematic CAD and VHDL entry