The NI Product R&D organization is hiring for an entry-level Digital Hardware Engineering position. As a Digital Hardware Engineer, you will enjoy challenging work, the unique opportunity to take ownership of your products, and be involved in all aspects of the product development cycle - including design, prototyping, development, testing, and manufacturing production.
Collaborate with multi-disciplinary hardware engineering teams to develop test and measurement products.
Develop register maps and generate documentation to ensure clear design intent to the broader project team.
Own the full FPGA design, including logic implementation, data movement and analysis, testbenches, compilation, and timing analysis.
Own all aspects of digital board level design, including schematic entry, layout guidelines, signal integrity simulations, and prototype validation.
Develop and execute plans for prototype hardware bring-up and board level validation.
Be the voice of digital design in project meetings by estimating level of effort for design tasks, providing input on status of work, and proactively raising technical concerns.
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Electrical, Computer, or Software Engineering, or a related discipline.Minimum overall GPA 3.2
Proficiency in synchronous design elements including flip-flops, timing diagrams, and state machines
Working knowledge of:
Programmable logic design including VHDL or Verilog, synthesis, and design simulation techniques
Computer architectures and interfaces
Sequential and combinatorial logic
Basic memory technologies and processor interfaces
Analog design fundamentals
Understanding of computers and programming languages (e.g. C, C++, LabVIEW, python)
Interest in learning about and working with digital, analog, and computer technologies
Strong work ethic and drive to succeed
Demonstrated ability to:
Apply diagnostic insight to identify technical problems, propose viable options, and apply technical solutions.
Quickly learn applicable technology, systems, and products
Take initiative, be a self-starter, and work independently
Work effectively in a team development environment
Persistently drive tasks and projects to successful completion
Take ownership of goals and schedules; manages time well
Enjoy problem solving
Grasp fast-paced technical conversations
ABOUT National Instruments:
There are many reasons to consider joining a company. Key among them are the people, the ideas, and the technology. At NI, we believe in the power and potential of connecting the three to create a path to success.
The people: We’re looking for curious and creative problem solvers who value diversity and fresh perspectives, are bold and kind, and willing to take chances.
The ideas: What did you want to be when you grew up? Did you want to program robots? Build flying cars? Leave the world better than you found it? At NI, we build on the big ideas of big dreamers to make their visions a reality.
The technology: With our tailored, software-connected approach, we support our customers through all phases of the product development cycle. From 5G and medical innovations to autonomous driving and the future of space travel, we help our customers Engineer Ambitiously every day.
We’ve long been globally recognized as a top employer. Our compensation and benefits are very competitive, as are our modern workspaces, career development and mobility opportunities, and a culture that fosters belonging and emphasizes community giving. We encourage our teammates to challenge the status quo and collaborate with one another to build innovative solutions.
No matter your career path, we’re here for you, for each other, and for the next generation of innovators who think bigger, aim higher, and go faster.
Are you up for the challenge of helping shape humanity for the next 100 years? If so, let’s get started, and let’s Engineer Ambitiously together.
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We are changing how we work by offering more flexibility. NI has decided to take a hybrid approach (working both on- and off-site) at an aggregate level. We know that different roles have different requirements, so we’re embracing a full range of options.
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