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Electrical Development Engineer


Staff Management | SMX






Houston, Texas, United States






With Staff Management | SMX, you'll get a weekly paycheck, learn new skills, meet new people, and work with a great management team in a clean and safe environment.

Our client in Houston, TX is looking for an Electrical Development Engineer to join their team. This is a Full-Time Direct Hire Hybrid Position. To hear more about this position, please send your resume to Brooke Dowell at

Perks & Benefits: Paid Training, Direct Deposit or Cash Card pay options, Medical / Dental Insurance, 401k, STD /LTD, Paid Time Off, Sign on Bonus (Restrictions Apply), Casual Dress Code, Modern, high tech Environment, Advancement Opportunities.

Shifts: 1st Shift.

Employment Types: Direct Hire, Full Time.

Pay Rate: $57.69 / hour

  • Responsible for individual elements of projects; design
  • Develop and support of electronic and electro-mechanical products utilizing electrical engineering skills
  • Creating and test electrical, electronic, electro-mechanical models
  • Provide support to manufacturing
  • Collaborate with a drafter in Bangalore and an engineer in China to create the prototype of a new product

Position Requirements:
  • 1 - 5 years of professional experience with electronics product design
  • Experience with PCB design tools, Freescale, Microcontrollers, Kreil, and Code Warrior
  • Should be proficient in C, C++, .NET, and assembly coding languages
  • Hybrid Remote a few days a week


Requirements: Background Check, Drug Test., required education: Bachelors.

Work Location: Bray, Houston, TX 77041.

Job Types: Engineering.

Industry: Engineering.
The hourly rate for this position is anticipated to range between $57.69 - $57.69 per hour. This range is a good-faith estimate, based on the qualifications necessary for the position, including but not limited to experience, training, and other considerations permitted by law. Factors that may be used when making an offer may include a candidate's skills and experience, the expected quality and quantity of work, and internal pay alignment, as needed. Most candidates will start in the bottom half of the pay range. The upper end of the range will generally be reserved for candidates with extensive skills and experience. An employee's pay history will not be a contributing factor where prohibited by local law.