TruTag Technologies has developed an award-winning, proprietary technology platform using its microscopic programmable tags that can serve as “edible memories” as well as its revolutionary hyperspectral imagers. The company’s micro tags contain a spectral code chosen from a library of millions of unique codes. The company has developed advanced imaging systems to identify and decode these micro tags as they are embedded on or in high-value products or components. These readers utilize state-of-the-art imaging technologies and real-time embedded control and processing, and TruTag is the first to bring these technologies to mass production. Our customers and roadmap call for additional breakthroughs and we are growing our world-class team to develop and deploy these new technologies to support large and diverse markets around the world.
TruTag Technologies, Inc. is a World Economic Forum 2014 Technology Pioneer, a prize awarded to some of the world’s most innovative and influential technology companies. Our hyperspectral imager has been awarded the prestigious 2017 SPIE Prism Award, known as the Oscar’s of the Photonics Industry, for the most innovative imager in the market. The company also won the 2014 Edison award and was selected by R&D Magazine to receive the 2014 R&D 100 award, naming its products as one of the most prestigious tech innovations in America.
TruTag Technologies is seeking a Product Engineer to be a core member of its imagers development team.
Work with team of engineers on electro-optic instrument bring up, validation, and debug for performance evaluation and optimization.
Design and assemble optical and electrical bench setups and test fixtures, execute validation and characterization test plans and procedures, and prepare summary reports.
Troubleshoot electronics, optics, mechanical, and software issues of instrument and subsystems.
Assist in transfer of the design to production.
Develop assembly, quality control, and final test procedures.
Provide technical support to teams within and outside of company.
Generate test reports and present to the team.
Create user manuals and SOPs.
This is a full-time position based in the Company’s Emeryville, California Engineering Center.
Eligible employees are provided a wide-range of benefits. Our benefits include: * Holidays * Vacation * Sick Days * Medical, Dental, Drug and Vision Insurance * Disability Insurance * Cafeteria Plan (Flexible Spending Account) * 401(k) Retirement/Savings Plan
Desired Skills and Experience:
Successful candidates will have the following skills and experience:
A graduate degree in Electrical Engineering with 3+ years of experience or BS degree in Electrical Engineering with 5+ years of experience.
Experience putting in place, aligning and characterizing free-space optical setups.
Experience with electronics test equipment and data acquisition systems.
Fluency in scripting languages (Python, Matlab) a plus.
Good analytical skills and experience with design of experiments and data analysis.
Must be hands-on and comfortable working with tools, test instruments, and assembly of electro-mechanical and optical devices.
Willing to take on tasks outside of core expertise.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Local candidates highly preferred. Must be authorized to work in the United States.