Stanford Research Systems (SRS) has multiple immediate openings in our Research and Development department for scientist/engineers to join us in building the next generation of scientific, analytical, and engineering test instruments for research and industrial applications.
The successful applicant will join a new instrument team. These teams require capable individuals with diverse talents. The ideal candidate will have experience in multiple domains, including one or more of the following: Electronics (microcontrollers, FPGAs, ADC, DACs, PLLs, analog, digital, RF, schematic capture and PCB design), software, firmware, HDL (Verilog or VHDL), and algorithm design. Teams work best when programmers can read schematics, and when electronics designers are conversant in embedded systems programming, and when everyone can contribute to the timely completion of a powerful, user-friendly instrument.
Even if you've never built an instrument, if you own a soldering iron, have built electronic boxes, have written code to control an experiment, enjoy the technology of measurement as much as the result itself, understand noise, Fourier transforms and op-amps, have used a spectrometer, vacuum pump or CAD system, then you may be who we are looking for.
While the majority of R&D staff at SRS hold a PhD in physics, electrical engineering, or chemistry, we understand that experience, capability, intellectual curiosity, and the enjoyment of 'making things work' can come in many forms. Candidates should have strong written and oral communication skills and must have a legal right to work in the US.
Founded the early 1980s, SRS has a history of designing and manufacturing test equipment for research and industrial applications. Products include lock-in amplifiers, atomic clocks, mass spectrometers, vacuum and gas analyzers, lasers and laser controllers, signal sources and signal analyzers. A creative work environment encourages engineers' inventiveness and provides the manufacturing and financial resources so that their projects can benefit thousands of customers.
All company operations, including R&D and manufacturing, are located at our Sunnyvale, California facility in the San Francisco Bay Area. SRS offers competitive compensation and a complete benefits package. See www.ThinkSRS.com for additional information on our products, markets and location.
About Stanford Research Sytems
Stanford Research Systems is a manufacturer of scientific, analytical and engineering test equipment including lock-in amplifiers, atomic clocks, mass spectrometers and signal sources. The Company designs and builds instruments in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Company offers competitive compensation, a complete benefits package and a stimulating work environment.