HP is the world’s leading personal systems and printing company, we create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Our innovation springs from a team of individuals, each collaborating and contributing their own perspectives, knowledge, and experience to advance the way the world works and lives.
We are looking for visionaries, like you, who are ready to make a purposeful impact on the way the world works.
At HP, the future is yours to create!
If you are our R&D Electronics Engineer in Singapore, you will have a chance to:
- Be part of an R&D team, play a key role in developing printer’s electronics hardware with leading edge ASIC, processor, memory and connectivity technologies for future HP Inkjet printers.
- Design a Main Printed Circuit Assembly board which is the brain and heart of a printer.
- Meet product requirements, driving for breakthroughs in cost and efficiency, selection of new components, schematic implementation, circuit level bring-up, debug and validation.
- Collaborate with rest of the product development team to integrate your deliverables towards release of new products into production.
- Work with Quality Department to thoroughly test and qualify the product.
- Keep up to date with the latest printer and electronic technologies and apply them effectively into HP Inkjet printers.
Are you a high performer? We are looking for individuals with:
- Master or Bachelor degree in Electronics Engineering.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in circuit and PCB design for consumer product.
- Strong knowledge in electronics principles and microprocessor-based design.
- Strong Knowledge in utilizing simulation tool to improve design quality.
- Knowledge in design for quality, EMC, and DFx requirements for supporting high volume products.
- Knowledge in statistical tools, 6 Sigma, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) would be advantage.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Strong interest and commitment to an R&D career.
HP is a Human Capital Partner – we commit to human capital development and adopting progressive workplace practices in Singapore.