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The Hardware Architect reports to Director of Engineering, mainly focus on Hardware
In this role, the Hardware Architect will work closely with multiple teams and groups
including Product Development, Project Management, Sourcing, Product Marketing and
Quality Assurance, etc.
1. Lead technical roadmap development for company products;
2. Work closely with Product marketing to delivery the fast prototype to valid the
meaningful innovation in field.
3. Modularize existing products electronics design;
4. Conduct design review for electronics engineering part;
5. Collaborate with cross functional teams to develop and qualify products to meet
specification, reliability and regulatory;
1. Bachelor’s degree or above in Electronics Engineering or relevant major;
2. 10+ years leading hardware system development experiences, inverter and solar
related product design experience is highly required.
3. Solid knowledge of IOT architectures, know how to code MCU and how cloud system
4. Highly developed hardware design skills;
5. 5 years managing experiences with direct subordinates, able to hire, coach and develop
AD (advance develop) teams;
6. Fluent in English communication, a creative and curiosity way of working leading to
continuous improvements, open minded and willing to accept new challenges.
Very competitive compensation and benefits package.
d.light is a global leader and pioneer in delivering affordable solar-powered
solutions designed for the two billion people in the developing world without
access to reliable energy. d.light provides distributed solar energy solutions for
households and small businesses that are transforming the way people all over
the world use and pay for energy. Through four hubs in Africa, China, South Asia
and the United States, d.light has sold over 20 million solar light and power
products in 65 countries, improving the lives of over 91 million people. d.light
is dedicated to providing the most reliable, affordable and accessible solar
lighting and power systems for the developing world and reaching 100 million
people by 2020.
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