Careers – Now Hiring!
New Wave Design and Verification is a dynamic, exciting, and growing company with a top-notch team of business professionals and design engineers focused on providing best-in-class solutions in our markets. We constantly have our eye out for talented individuals who can make key contributions in creating and providing our leading edge technology, products, and services. If you think you and your skills would be a fit for our team, please let us know how at email@example.com.
PCB Designer/Engineer (Minnesota HQ or Colorado Office)
New Wave Design & Verification is looking for an experienced, self-motivated, and team oriented PCB designer to create industry leading high performance PCB platforms.
This candidate will possess the ability to work in a high-octane, high demanding environment working with engineers who are involved in the development of high performance computing products. Interested? Read more on Indeed.com!
Staff Hardware Design Engineer (Minnesota HQ or Colorado Office)
New Wave Design & Verification is looking for a Staff Hardware Design Engineer to join our engineering team to create innovative high-performance networking systems and products based on our high-bandwidth, low-latency programmable network interface cards.
The candidate should have strong problem solving and communication skills, and a passion to learn and grow as an engineer, independently and as part of a team. Interested? Read more on Indeed.com!
PLM Coordinator/Technical Writer (Minnesota HQ or Colorado Office)
New Wave Design & Verification is looking for an experienced, self-motivated, and team oriented Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) coordinator. The successful candidate will be proficient with creating and managing BOM’s and ECO’s in a PLM system (Arena preferred).
The candidate will own the responsibility of managing technical changes to the products by leading the change control board (CCB) and making sure all the relevant details are documented and captured in ECO’s. This candidate is also expected to have good working knowledge of creating end user documentation for highly technical customers. Interested? Read more on Indeed.com!