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Hardware Development Engineer [Multiple Positions Available]

Location: South Bay (Cupertino)         posted: 11.23.20

EMPLOYER:        Apple Inc. 

JOB TITLE:          Hardware Development Engineer [Multiple Positions Available]

 

JOB ID:                 9780448

               

JOB DESCRIPTION: Apple Inc. has multiple positions available for Hardware Development Engineer in Cupertino, California. Design, simulate and analyze AC-DC & DC-DC switched mode power supplies. Model and simulate control loops, magnetics and thermal aspects for the power electronic systems design. Define power architecture and derive power system design requirements from product-level requirements. Define component specifications for semiconductor and magnetics and discrete components. Responsible for vendor relationships and component development of advanced semiconductors such as Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride. Work on component selection, schematics and layouts for hardware board development, testing and system integration of modules. Interact and lead cross functional groups across various levels of product development. Present designs for review to a group of diverse engineers including Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Software Engineers and Program Managers. Design test and validation plans; setup and configure high-accuracy and complex test setups to execute the plans; and write test reports. Ensure conformity with regulatory standards including safety and EMC.

 

CONTACT:

To apply, mail your resume to: Apple Inc., ATTN: D.W., 1 Infinite Loop 104-1GM, Cupertino, CA 95014, with reference to Job ID: 9780448. Apple is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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