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Electrical Engineer Co-op

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24d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


AI generated summary

  • You need an EE or related degree, hands-on electronics skills, lab instrument experience, coding knowledge, curiosity, communication skills, and an organized, detail-oriented mindset. Bonus points for portfolios, motor drive experience, imaging knowledge, ECAD skills, and MCU firmware familiarity.
  • You will define system specs, design circuits, test boards, integrate systems, and collaborate with engineers to deliver projects at a challenging price/performance target.

Off-cycle Internship



  • Our electrical engineers are able to successfully define and build complex systems that cross disciplinary boundaries, whether that's dealing with photons or accelerations or forces or gigabytes of data. We care deeply about design and user experience, without sacrificing our strong safety culture. We are building our dream tools, for people like us, to get answers to difficult questions quickly. Along the way, we are building our dream team and culture as well.
  • If you are interested in joining a well-funded growth stage company this is the perfect opportunity for you to become a part of the Lumafield team. 


  • Pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field
  • Prior experience with soldering, breadboarding, system wiring and/or other hands-on electronics skills
  • Prior experience using multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, and/or other lab instruments
  • Comfortable using Python, C, and/or Linux
  • Thrive in a fast-paced startup environment
  • Exhibit insatiable curiosity for how things work
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Organized, well-rounded technical thinker with a strong attention to detail
  • Bonus points for:
  • A portfolio of work that you can share
  • Experience with motor drives and position control
  • Experience with cameras or other digital imaging systems
  • Familiarity with ECAD software such as Altium Designer, Cadence, Mentor, KiCad, etc.
  • Have experience debugging board-level communication protocols (e.g., I2C, SPI, USB, etc.)
  • Have at least basic familiarity with MCU firmware development

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Define system-level specifications for complex electro-mechanical systems
  • Perform circuit design, schematic capture, and PCB layout
  • Bring up boards and see them through testing and system integration
  • Design and prototype your own projects under mentorship from our electrical engineers
  • Work with our outstanding group of engineers across disciplines to deliver integrated systems at a challenging price/performance target


Work type

Full time

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