Careers

Career opportunities at Gladiator Technologies, a leading innovator and manufacturer for Inertial Sensors (IMU, INS/GPS, Gyroscopes, Acceleromters) used in demanding commercial aerospace, unmanned systems, defense, motorsports and other commercial applications. Gladiator is expanding rapidly, check below for our current openings:

 

Senior Electrical Engineer

 

We are currently seeking a full time Sr. Electrical Engineer to join our team at our Snoqualmie, Washington location. Our ideal candidate will be a skilled technical hands-on engineer with detailed low noise microelectronics design experience, preferably with CPU and sensor integration. Must have strong analog and digital knowledge as well as familiarity with common design tools. Click here to see full position details. 

 

Principal Inertial Engineer

 

We are currently seeking a full time Principal Inertial Engineer to join our team to lead the design and development of advanced MEMS inertial sensors (accelerometers, gyros) and associated systems (IMU & INS/GPS products.) Responsible for inertial systems development including requirements capture; architecture and system concepts; algorithm support for software development; design and schematic review of sensor and microprocessor boards and related hardware; testing and validation. Click here to see full position details. 

 

Engineer 1 

 

Entry-level position that will provide design and testing support for the development and ongoing production of advanced MEMS inertial sensors (accelerometers, gyros) and associated systems (IMU & INS/GPS products.) This role supports product development including tasks such as: requirements capture; electronics concepts; component selection; programming; design and schematic review of microprocessor boards and related hardware; testing and validation. Collaborates with other engineering disciplines for sensor design, system packaging and test engineering for calibration and testing of current and future products…Read More

 

 

 

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