Our development team consists of passionate gamers and tinkerers, driven to make the most fun, engaging and rewarding games and experiences for our players. We collaborate, evaluate, and iterate on everything that goes into the game, with a strong focus on “easy to play, hard to master”, and great user experiences. The electrical systems are the lifeblood of our products, and our Electronics Engineers work closely with the entire development team to understand the various features and functions, leveraging their passion for technology and electronics to engineer solutions that allow the industry’s most innovative games and experiences to come to life.
Create and refine technical documentation that detail the product’s design intent.
Discuss and solve complex problems with manufacturing departments, sub-contractors, suppliers and customers.
Specify and manage electrical drawings, part lists, and BOMs.
Support running projects to meet agreed deadlines.
Facilitate game cabinet fabrication through prototyping and development.
Work closely with the mechanical team to ensure electrical requirements are understood and catered for.
Design, operate and evaluate rigs for testing electromechanical components and concepts.
Design, test and evaluate PCBs for use in our products.
Testing and verification of complete the product’s electronic system.
5 years experience in system and PCB design.
Strong experience with Altium design tools with proven ability to design, prototype and troubleshoot PCB designs.
Strong experience in debugging systems (comprising of embedded controllers, PCs and harnessing).
Strong experience in PCB testing procedures and creation of instruction for 3rd party fab houses.
Strong ability in embedded systems programming
Strong ability in creating and maintaining documentation for production and end-user support.
Experience in complex harnessing design and production an advantage.
Familiarity with UL safety standards and test equipment an advantage.
Strong communication skills in English, both written and verbal.
A passion for games is critical as you’ll be collaborating with the games development team and contributing to LAI Games products.
Bachelor or Diploma of Engineering (Electronics) or equivalent work experience
Bachelor or Diploma of Engineering (Mechatronics) or equivalent work experience
Flexible working hours
Monthly self-directed personal development days and game jams
We finish at 4:30 every Friday afternoon for social drinks and games
Work in a dynamic, creative work space located in Singapore’s technology and media hub
Live and work in amazing Singapore! One of the safest, cleanest, greenest, most well connected and multicultural cities in the world!
Being a part of the out-of-home entertainment industry, we like to have frequent team events and enjoy what the industry has to offer.
We have close relationships with key customers such as Timezone, and get to spend a lot of time in their centres
Posted: 8th Jan 2019
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