Senior electronics engineers' main responsibilities relate to the research, design, and development of electronic equipment and parts. These professionals may work with a variety of equipment, from phones to PCs to medical equipment to military systems. Senior electronics engineers are also responsible for checking equipment quality, as well as managing projects to ensure they are cost efficient, completed in a timely manner, and safe.
Senior Electronics Engineer Tasks
Assess the feasibility of proposed engineering verification and validation tests, products or equipment.
Contribute to program planning, budget and schedule for their design tasks and for successful completion of planned tasks.
Analyze, design, develop, document and verify major circuit modules in power processing electronics.
Direct, coordinate and review the work of junior engineers and technicians.