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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
11/29/2015
Job Category:
Engineering
Junior EE Hardware Systems Engineer
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Legrand | Anaheim, CA
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Position Description/Company Info:

Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Junior EE Hardware Systems Engineer based out of Anaheim, CA. The Engineering Department plays a critical role in the development of differentiated products for the Legrand organization. Representatives of the department are high-profile professionals and are relied upon for product engineering knowledge, consistency, accuracy, and thoroughness. As such, all Engineering personnel must be self-motivated, driven, and have excellent organizational skills. As a Junior Legrand LDC Engineer , you will be responsible, for most of the time, for testing and verifying a select lineup of complex AV and computer peripheral products. You will need to create test plans for performing the tests and report documentation necessary for communicating results and maintaining long-term record reliability. To make the test more efficiency, you are expected to be able to automate the tests by setting up the right hardware environments and using your programming skills. You will also be presented with the opportunities for design projects when time comes.

About Legrand
Legrand is a $5.8 billion global company with 30,000 employees world-wide and products sold in 180 countries. As the leading provider of products and systems for electrical installations and information networks wherever people live and work, Legrand delivers an unequaled depth and breadth of innovative solutions for use in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

Employing more than 2,600 employees across the United States an

About Legrand

Legrand promotes the reduction of greenhouse gases via its internal "Legrand Climact" project which focuses on three key areas of action: energy management at the industrial sites, eco-design of products, and transport. A carbon footprint carried out in 2004 on three of the Group's sites showed that 80% of their carbon emissions were linked to the materials used to manufacture the products, while 12% were associated with the transport of goods and 8% with the use of energy (building/industrial processes/transport of people). Significant reductions have been achieved each year as a result of the Legrand Climact project (see table below).