If space excites you and you are eager to be part of building next generation spacecraft… we might have something interesting for you…
We are looking for an Altium Librarian Engineer to take part in creating, managing, and verifying hardware component templates and components using Altium design tool.
You will be your own factory, creating more and more component data models by the day. You will be the living embodiment of productivity, creating valuable resources which are reused many times over.
It can be a thankless job, but the work you do has a dramatic effect on the success of the company.
In this position you will be responsible for creating and maintaining component libraries to provide hardware team with standard and unified database, based on industry guidelines and company standards.
Important part of the work will be to build a bridge between the data in Altium and the warehouse database used within the company, aligning business and engineering goals.
Apart from creating libraries and managing component revisions, you will administer the ECAD tool and the centralized location where you and the designers will have direct, controlled, and managed access.
Once released, your task will be to monitor manufacturer’s lifecycle and availability so that no one gets into a situation designing with components that are no longer available.
- You have experience with hardware design ECAD systems
- You prioritise regularly and work iteratively to maximize positive organizational impact
- You are able to handle multiple projects and juggle between priorities
- You have experience with versioning systems and documentation standardization
- You learn quickly and help your team to do so too
- You think, act and communicate clearly and confidently with your team members and are willing to share knowledge
Requirements considered an advantage
- Experience with Altium Concord Pro
- Hands on mechanical/electrical experience
- Familiarity with MicroInvest
- PCB design experience
- Atlassian tools (Jira & Confluence)
- Open to knowledge sharing
- Understanding the importance of the last mile delivery