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Generac Power Systems Electronics Integration Engineer - Clean Energy in Bedford, Massachusetts

Electronics Integration Engineer - Clean Energy

Company Generac Power Systems

Name Electronics Integration Engineer - Clean Energy

Req # 65008

Employment Type Full Time

Shift 1st

A career at Generac means stepping into a company that leads technological advances. For more than five decades, Generac has designed and manufactured diesel, natural gas, and bi-fuel generators, but we’ve evolved into so much more. As we continue to grow in both size and technological advances, we consistently push past norms to pave a way towards the future. We are not simply satisfied with what is working now. Instead, we challenge ourselves to revolutionize the industry. This mindset has led to rapid growth for our Clean Energy teams, which means an abundance of career opportunities. If you’re ready to be on the cutting edge of technology, to make a positive impact on the environment and our communities; and to challenge yourself daily, join us in our pursuit to bring the best in clean energy products to homes and businesses worldwide.

Generac is seeking a Electronic Integration Engineer working out of our Bedford MA office. You will be part of the Clean Energy team, contributing to Generac’s home standby battery systems. As a member of our team, you will help shape the direction of next generation renewable energy products at Generac. You should have a genuine passion for engineering products that will fundamentally change the world’s energy infrastructure and thrive working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. if you are looking to build your skills at the intersection of Electronics and Firmware, do apply!


  • Take accountability for discipline/product boundary challenges and defines solutions in electrical/mechanical/firmware domains. Such as, system I/O, CAN database architecture, power up/down sequencing, fault and fault recovery sequencing, firmware state diagram definition, and industry compliance (UL 1547, 1741, 9540)

  • Define systems diagrams and integration at a multi-discipline level (electrical/mechanical/firmware/software) to create a cohesive/integrated home battery storage ecosystem

  • Gather requirements from compliance, product owners, executives, and engineering teams and drive full ecosystem definition.

  • Strong aptitude for testing/validation and identifying product gaps. Holds themselves and teams to excellent quality standards. Delivers DVP&R, DFMEA, DFM, and DFT requirements

  • Able to dive into any engineering domain to understand problems quickly and come to solutions in the right discipline area.

  • Breaks down silos between teams to create the best integrated product.

  • Organize complicated information and form requirements that consider the full system and all engineering teams.

  • Is the engineering product leader that understands the ‘big picture’ and drives answers to open-ended questions for the team.

  • Shares information quickly and knows all the stakeholders on a program. Communicates effectively and articulates problems/solutions with precision.

  • Leads effective meetings and drives decision making. Comfortable challenging engineering decisions cross-functionally.

Minimal Qualifications:

  • BS Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and 5+ years of system design experience on (1M+) volume products and 3+ years in an architect or technical product owner role

  • Product architect experience in electrical or firmware engineering.

  • Proficient in DFMEA, test plans (DVP&R, DOE), and system definition/integration (Visio,

  • Experience in PCB engineering such as fabrication and assembly technologies, strain/stress analysis, thermal management, and connector/cable engineering

  • Experience in firmware engineering such as source code control, regressions systems, over-the-air release management, threading and buffers, GPIO/pin definition, and state diagrams

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in Electronics, Systems Engineering or related

  • Understanding of mechanical engineering physics such as boundary/force diagrams, stress/strain, 1D thermodynamics, and basic manufacturing techniques (CNC, molding, laser cutting, and 3D printing)

  • Knowledge of UL/IEEE/NFPA/ANSI standards stemming from NFPA 70 and related to ESS

“We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.”