Careers at AR Modular RF

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Located in the Seattle area, AR Modular RF (ARM), a division of Amplifier Research Corporation, has an opportunity for an experienced electronic Assembler to perform complex mechanical assembly and repair work on low, medium, and high-power amplifiers or other products following instructions, parts lists and/or pictures and sketches and wire lists and using a variety of hand tools. ARM is a leader in the design and manufacture of radio amplifiers that serve custom high-niche, low-volume markets including military, government, industrial, medical, and scientific. Responsibilities: " Assemble, repair, and wire low, medium, and high power units adapting and modifying cabinets and supporting structures. " Assemble amplifiers into enclosures and complete all component electrical connections accurately. " Assemble or rework complex PC boards and other assemblies. " Perform mechanical assembly on all products shipped from the facility. " Visually inspect assemblies before moving units to stock or test. " Document suggested improvements using Engineering Change Requests (ECR).

Basic Requirements: " HS diploma or GED preferred plus five years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. " Able to read, write and follow instructions. " Able to use a soldering iron, hand tools, and simple machinery. ARM offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package including: " Financial: 401k plan; profit-sharing plan; discretionary bonus program based on company performance; company-paid life insurance; disability and AD&D; voluntary benefits " Employee Incentives: Tuition reimbursement; year-round employee events; gym reimbursement " Work/Life Balance: PTO program; company paid holidays " Health: Medical, dental, vision; Health Savings Account (HSA) or Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) with generous employer contribution; EAP; telemedicine plan

ARM is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including disability and vets.

Visit us at www.arworld.us. Send resumes with salary requirements to armhr@arworld.us, or fax (866)743-3838.

AR Modular RF, designer and manufacturer of RF Amplifiers is seeking an RF Test Technician with significant experience in testing medium to high power RF amplifiers from 100KHz to 6 GHz.  The Test Technician is responsible for performing tests, troubleshooting and repairing problems on RF Amplifiers, as well as maintaining appropriate test documentation.  The Technician also performs basic wire and power supply checking.

Some essential duties include: Assist Engineering on new product development, Perform basic alignments on subassemblies and completed equipment; Test products for conformance to specifications using necessary test equipment; Perform pretests and programing on subassemblies as required; Troubleshoot and make repairs as required, and ensure assembly and test meets customer requirements.

The candidate should possess an Associate’s degree (A. A.) or equivalent from a two-year College or technical school and three years experience or demonstrated a high degree of ability to successfully perform all duties of this position; RF experience is strongly preferred.

The successful candidate should understand VSWR, power measurements including PEP, and be conversant regarding dBM and Watts measurements.  Must have basic computer skills. They should have the ability to use RF laboratory equipment to include signal generators, network analyzers, power measurement devices, pulse generators, and digital oscilloscopes.

Excellent benefits package and competitive salary program. For consideration please email a cover letter, with resume and salary requirements to armhr@arworld.us, or fax to 610.628.9172.  We are an equal opportunity employer, including disability/vets.  Visit www.arworld.us.

AR Modular RF, designer, and manufacturer of RF Amplifiers serving military, commercial, medical, and industrial markets, is seeking an Engineer A Development to join a small, but diverse, Engineering team to lead analog/mixed-signal design and development of new and existing products serving a high niche, low volume, custom markets.  The successful candidate will be responsible for developing circuits and firmware for new product development, support redesign, and root-cause efforts on existing products.  They will bridge the gap between the RF/analog and digital/firmware worlds, responsible for the design of mixed-signal subsystems by setting requirements, selecting components, performing simulation, schematic capture, design review, PCB layout, and defining test requirements.  They may also function as a technical mentor to junior engineers. 

The Engineer A Development should have expertise in both analog circuit design and firmware development and experience with digital logic circuitry, microcontrollers, and FPGAs, and power supply design.  Design experience with RF systems and devices is a big plus.  Knowledge of the change order process, reviews, and execution are required.  The successful candidate will develop technical reports and documentation for specific task outcomes and assist in data-driven decisions.  The Engineer A Development will be expected to conduct design experiments and tests to evaluate components and subsystems.  Proven ability in analyzing root causes, complex design debugging, and problem-solving independently with minimal guidance is highly desired.

Hardware tools and abilities include SPICE simulation, analog/mixed-signal, and power circuit design, PADS (schematic capture and PCB layout). 

Experience with lab equipment, such as oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, spectrum analyzers, function generators, and soldering and rework skills is required. 

Software tools and skills include git (revision control), C/C++, Python, LabVIEW, and communication interfaces such as I2C, SPI, UART, USB, and LVDS.  Experience with Libero SoC Design Suite is a huge plus.

The ideal candidate should possess (at minimum) a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with 5 plus years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 

AR has an excellent benefits package and a competitive salary program.  For consideration, please email a cover letter, with resume and salary requirements to armhr@arworld.us, or fax to 610.628.9172We are an equal opportunity employer, including disability/vets.  Visit www.arworld.us.