Responsibilities

  • Under broad supervision, applies functional requirements and uses engineering tools to design electronic circuits or control systems for product changes or new development.
  • Under broad supervision, uses software tools or applications to analyze and conduct tests on electronic circuits or systems and document performance in comparison with design criteria.
  • Identifies the testing objectives at a component level in accordance with Halliburton’s Health, Safety, and Environment procedures and evaluates test results.
  • Assists in preparing component specifications, follows work processes to document designs, and assists in preparation of material for design reviews.
  • Scope of work may include firmware implementation as well as hands-on testing of actual electronics
  • Documentation of work in adherence to the Halliburton standard process
  • Collaborates with mentors to understand the basic content required to submit an invention disclosure and recognizes ideas that have IP potential without disclosing confidential information.
  • Works effectively as a team member by communicating clearly and efficiently to provide innovative solutions.
  • Takes the initiative to go beyond what situations require and focuses on attention to detail by making sure that work is done correctly, completely, and to the highest standards.

Requirements

  • Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar discipline
  • Proficiency in VHDL
  • Proficiency in Test Bench development with tools such as ModelSim
  • Deep understanding of timing analysis and clock domains
  • Good fundamentals of electronics design, primarily digital sub-system modules, and familiar with schematics capture and related ECAD requirements.
  • Knowledge and experience with C/C++
  • Familiar with MatLab, Simulink,
  • Familiar with microcontrollers such as ARM, STM32, ADC, DAQ, etc.
  • Good personal, professional, teamwork and communication skills are required.
  • Availability for international trips