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Hardware Security Engineer

Location: South Burlington, VT

Type: full-time

Education: batchelors

Experience: 5-10yrs

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As a Hardware Security Engineer at OnLogic, you will be part of a team that protects our industrial computing products from supply chain cyber risks. You will also enable modern orchestration management to provide our customers with a zero touch deployment experience. In this role, you lead the management of hardware security controls and orchestration for our own products. You will collaborate with our engineering department as well as our external partners to design, develop and support key hardware security services. You will engage in projects from trusted zero trust supply chain and zero touch fleet orchestration. We are growing at an incredible pace and we’re looking for a dynamic, and dedicated team member to help us continue to Make It Possible. This full-time position will be located on site in South Burlington, VT / Cary, NC / Taipei, TW.

On an average day, you'll…

  • Define and execute security assessments, new products validation, and solve problems when needed. Ensure the completion and resolution of all validation for all areas of the product.
  • Assists in architecture development and assessment.
  • Manage project schedules and improvements for product security.
  • Work with manufacturing teams to make prototypes.
  • Work with Product Management and other teams to find and evaluate opportunities.
  • Develop and maintain all needed documentation.
  • Develop external partnerships with key trusted supply chain stakeholders.
  • Support product security and customer communications on related issues.
  • Experience with Linux ecosystem engineering.
  • Experience with computer engineering.

The team you will be joining: 

IT/Software: Our IT team touches every aspect of our business and each of our day to day lives here at OnLogic. Made up of software developers, infrastructure and security experts, systems and network engineers and business technology professionals, our IT team is constantly working to improve our internal systems to make our lives easier, while optimizing our website to do the same for our customers. From the technology we use to do our jobs, to the infrastructure that supports the way we build, test and ship our products, our IT team keeps our business running smoothly. Learn more about Life at OnLogic.

Requirements

 
  • You have a bachelor's degree or higher in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Software or Electrical Engineering.
  • 5+ years of embedded security management experience, preferably in the industrial PC industry.
  • Experience with trusted supply chain security (TPM, Secure Boot, FIDO FDO ).
  • Experience with fleet orchestration (Microsoft Autopilot, Microsoft Azure DPS, Red Hat Ansible).
  • Design and implement security features in our embedded hardware.
  • Experience in firmware security management.
  • Experience in IoT fleet orchestration management.
  • Collaborate with teammates on Cybersecurity, Electrical and Application Engineering to implement secure and compliant systems.
  • Understanding of hardware architectures, BIOS, and Linux.
  • Extensive experience with microcontrollers, their architecture and operation.
  • Familiarity with common security standards and certifications (e.g. Common Criteria, MITRE. FIPS, ISO 27001).
  • Ability to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship.

Who we're looking for:

  • You understand what leadership muscles you need to flex to effectively lead and inspire teams.
  • You are a clear communicator; with examples of setting expectations and holding teams accountable to the outcomes.
  • You’ve demonstrative ability to build and develop a high performing team
  • You’re a problem solver with creative ideas to support our shared future growth and success.
  • A self starter with the ability to work in a fast paced environment, thinking independently and acting proactively.
  • Effective communicator, delivering critical feedback in a constructive way while working collaboratively cross-functionally.
  • Technically adept and embraces innovation and automation with a mind toward continuous improvement.

Firmware Security Engineer

Location: South Burlington, VT

Type: full-time

Education: batchelors

Experience: 5-10yrs

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As a Firmware Security Engineer at OnLogic, you will be part of a team that develops and protects industrial computing products. In this role, you lead the vulnerability management firmware/software coding tasks for the various microcontroller (MCU) applications across our own products, including motherboards and expansion cards. You will also collaborate with external partners performing BIOS creation for our own computer motherboards. You will engage in projects from vulnerability identification, risk mitigation and validation testing. We are growing at an incredible pace and we’re looking for a dynamic, and dedicated team member to help us continue to Make It Possible. This full-time position will be located on site in South Burlington, VT or Cary, NC.   On an average day, you'll...
  • Work with the security team to identify and mitigate firmware vulnerabilities.
  • Perform firmware development for vulnerability mitigation.
  • Work with the firmware development team to define BIOS specifications.
  • Collaborate with external parties in the vulnerability management lifecycle.
  • Validate function of firmware & BIOS on prototypes.
  • Actively participate in continuous improvement of the company’s development processes.
  • Support vulnerability lifecycle management.
  • Support product security and customer communications on related issues.
  The team you will be joining:  Our IT team touches every aspect of our business and each of our day to day lives here at OnLogic. Made up of software developers, infrastructure and security experts, systems and network engineers and business technology professionals, our IT team is constantly working to improve our internal systems to make our lives easier, while optimizing our website to do the same for our customers. From the technology we use to do our jobs, to the infrastructure that supports the way we build, test and ship our products, our IT team keeps our business running smoothly. Learn more about Life at OnLogic.

Requirements

  • You have a bachelor's degree or higher in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Software or Electrical Engineering.
  • 5+ years of Firmware security management experience, preferably in the industrial PC industry.
  • Proven experience in embedded systems security, with a focus on threat modeling, risk assessment, and security implementation.
  • Experience collaborating across multiple engineering disciplines in a leadership capacity, such as mechanical, electrical, firmware and security.
  • Experience in embedded firmware and debugging using JTAG based debuggers & logical analyzers.
  • Strong understanding of vulnerability management.
  • Collaborate with teammates on the Cybersecurity, Component Engineering, and other Engineering teams to implement secure and compliant systems.
  • Contribute to the Security Development Lifecycle of the Firmware by supporting its development at different stages, including design, threat analysis, implementation, validation, vulnerability testing, certification, and audit.
  • Strong background in software with C and Assembly.
  • Experience with version control systems (like Git) and the software development process.
  • Understanding of PC hardware architectures, BIOS, and Linux.
  • Extensive experience with microcontrollers, their architecture and operation.
  • Familiarity with common security standards and certifications (e.g., Common Criteria, MITRE. FIPS, ISO 27001).
  • Ability to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship.
  Who we're looking for:
  • You understand what leadership muscles you need to flex to effectively lead and inspire teams.
  • You are a clear communicator; with examples of setting expectations and holding teams accountable to the outcomes.
  • You’ve demonstrative ability to build and develop a high performing team.
  • You’re a problem solver with creative ideas to support our shared future growth and success.
  • A self starter with the ability to work in a fast paced environment, thinking independently and acting proactively.
  • Effective communicator, delivering critical feedback in a constructive way while working collaboratively cross-functionally.
  • Technically adept and embraces innovation and automation with a mind toward continuous improvement.

Senior Hardware Engineer

Location: South Burlington, VT

Type: full-time

Education: batchelors

Experience: 5-10yrs

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As a senior member of the Hardware Engineering Team, you will develop our company’s own motherboards. You will also oversee the design activities of our partners on behalf of OnLogic, and make sure new products go through testing and work as they should. On an average day, you'll...
  • Accountable for the hardware design team through the product development process, including circuit schematic design & PCB layout for highly reliable x86 & ARM based products for industrial applications. Hardware development is based on set engineering methods and follows OnLogic’s development process.
  • Define and execute electrical testing, test new products, and solve problems when needed. Ensure the completion and resolution of all validation for all areas of the product.
  • Assists in architecture development and assessment
  • Manage project schedules and improvements for product designs.
  • Work with manufacturing teams to make prototypes.
  • Work with Product Management and other teams to find and evaluate new circuitry and products.
  • Develop and maintain all needed documentation, such as block diagrams, checklists, manuals, BOMs, test plans.
  • Join in improvement activities to make sure we make products of high quality.
  • Contribute your ideas to advance the design methods to the next level.
  • Develop test specification and test scripts in cooperation with internal stakeholders and the Contract Manufacturer (CM).
The team you will be joining: Our Engineering team creates our cutting edge industrial computers by finding innovative solutions on a daily basis. The Engineering team's success relies on collaboration, creative thinking and a commitment to being at the forefront of technology. Roles on our Engineering team include, Hardware, Mechanical, Applications and Regulatory.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or above in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related field or equivalent experience.
  • 5+ years of Hardware Engineering in motherboard R&D, preferable in PC industry
  • Experience collaborating across multiple engineering disciplines in a leadership capacity, such as mechanical, electrical, firmware and product testing, etc.
  • Developed products from proof of concept to mass production.
  • Ability to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship.
Who we're looking for: A self-motivated person who can work independently and who takes action without being asked. You work best in a high-energy, fast growing industrial computer environment. You like solving problems and you want to learn more. You have experience with design of X86 or ARM based motherboards, ideally for industrial applications.

Manager, Electrical Engineering

Location: South Burlington, VT

Type: full-time

Education: batchelors

Experience: >10yrs

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As a senior member of the Electrical Engineering Team, you will develop our company’s own motherboards. You will also oversee the design activities of our partners on behalf of OnLogic, and make sure new products meet and exceed all product requirements defined at the start of the program.  

On an average day, you'll...

  • Technically Lead the electrical design team (both Hardware and Firmware) through the product development process, including circuit schematic design & PCB layout, BIOS and FW development- for our embedded MCU’s  for our x86 & ARM based products for industrial applications.
  • Work across all global engineering functions with our teams in both the US and Asia, ensuring cohesive design and development practices are adhered to across all development teams to ensure consistent quality and the on-time delivery of our products to market..
  • Manage project schedules and improvements for product designs.
  • Manage product development escalations and identify creative solutions to maintain product commitments and resolve challenges as they arise.
  • Mentor and Manage a diverse team of engineers to drive continuous growth and challenges in their career..
  • Manage and development operational engineering budgets in partnership[ with our Financial organization
 

The team you will be joining:

Our Engineering team creates our cutting edge industrial computers by finding innovative solutions on a daily basis. The Engineering team's success relies on collaboration, creative thinking and a commitment to being at the forefront of technology. Roles on our Engineering team include, Electrical, Mechanical, Applications and Regulatory.

Requirements

 
  • You have a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or related field and at least 10 years of relevant industry experience with 3 years in a people management role.
  • You have technically led electric design teams and the development of PC’s for resale.
  • You have familiarity with designing electrical circuits, created for high speed, preferably in the x86 or ARM space.

Who we're looking for:

  • You have attention to detail and a focus on quality.
  • You have Technical Project Management skills.
  • You are organized, and you have very good analytical and problem solving skills.
  • You have good time-management, you can work with changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • You learn new things quickly.

Electrical Engineering Intern

Location: South Burlington, VT

Type: internship

Education: high-school

Experience: <1yr

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As a member of the Engineering Team at OnLogic, you will learn some of the rigors and unique design methodologies OnLogic uses to create the worlds most reliable Industrial PC’s by working alongside our Hardware and Design engineers in both a lab and digital environment creating schematics, testing and validating PC’s, and interacting with world class lab instrumentation and tools.  

On an average day, you'll...

  • Meet with the Electrical Engineering team to align on daily goals
  • Participate in high priority engineering tasks such as executing/learning validation tasks, ensuring reports are complete, and assisting with the development of new validation tests
  • Learning how to review schematics and board layouts
  • Creating or updating issue tracking
  • Building computers and learning how to use various lab equipment such as DMM’s, Oscilloscopes, power measurement tools, environmental chambers, and much more!
  • Having a lot of fun in a great team environment!
The team you will be joining: 
  • Our Engineering team creates our cutting edge industrial computers by finding innovative solutions on a daily basis. The Engineering team's success relies on collaboration, creative thinking and a commitment to being at the forefront of technology. Roles on our Engineering team include, Hardware, Mechanical, Applications and Regulatory.
  • Learn more about Life at OnLogic 

Requirements

 
  • A junior or senior enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program or a recent college graduate
  • An electrical engineering, computer engineering, or related major
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new processes quickly and efficiently
  • Demonstrated ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment
  • Available up to 20 hours per week during the semester

Who we're looking for:

  • A task-oriented individual with excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-motivated with the ability to solve problems creatively and strategically