Electronics Design Engineer


  • Pune, Maharashtra
Electronics Design Engineer
Job Posted : Feb 21st, 2022

Job Description

If you are a Senior Electronics Design Engineer looking for a great opportunity to grow, develop and expand your skills professionally, Emerson has an exciting must-see opportunity for you based in our Pune location. As a Senior Electronics Design Engineer, you will be a part of a team responsible for new product development of industrial automation products & bring new technology into the industrial space. 


  • Provide mentorship to other electronics engineers 
  • Identify and drive process improvements 
  • Work as part of a multi-discipline team 
  • Design low power / high reliability Analog and digital circuits. 
  • Perform design simulations using SPICE. 
  • Perform and/or oversee PCB layouts 
  • Develop and execute electronics test plans. 
  • Influence mechanical, firmware and manufacturing design requirements to assure a successful end-product.

Required Education:-

  • B.S. degree in Electronics Engineering or related level of experience plus certifications 
  • 3+ years of relevant professional experience 

Preferred Education:-

  • Good working knowledge of electronic test equipment including scopes, meters, signal generators, etc. 
  • 2+ years of experience with Analog and digital circuit design 
  • A good understanding of electromagnetics and compliance requirements (EMC). 
  • Experience developing products with industrial protocols: HART, Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus, Industrial Ethernet


  • Pune, Maharashtra.

Company Overview:-

Emerson, a Fortune 500 company with $18.4 billion in sales, more than 20 Innovation, Solutions & Engineering Centres, and 200 manufacturing locations worldwide, is committed to helping employees grow and thrive throughout their careers. We are innovators, question-askers and problem-solvers. We don’t settle for good enough or “This is the way it’s always been done.” Instead, we push ourselves and strive for the “never been done before.”