Hunter Engineering

  • R&D Engineer- Electronics

    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Hunter Engineering Company is a world leader in automotive service equipment, offering state-of-the-art wheel alignment systems, wheel balancers, lift racks and more.  Hunter equipment is approved and used by vehicle manufacturers, automobile and truck dealers, tire dealers and automotive service facilities around the world.  We are currently seeking an Electronic Engineer for our R&D Engineering operations. 


    Hunter’s Electronics Engineers are integral members of the Research and Development design team, where ingenuity and creativity are encouraged and recognized.  The Research and Development Department drives Hunter Engineering, and is held in highest regard within the company.  The Electronics Engineers’ advanced designs have kept Hunter at the forefront of the industry.


    • Develop new product software.
    • Perform new product research and conceptual design as assigned by the Manager.
    • Design microprocessor-based digital and analog circuits, along with the corresponding firmware.
    • Perform system tests on recent model-year vehicles to validate product specifications.
    • Develop and maintain software and electronics for testing and manufacture of new products.
    • Modify and add features to existing products.


    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering.
    • The ability to design, develop and evaluate hardware and software.
    • Use of a Windows-based development environment for C, C++ and assembly programming is required.
    • Knowledge of sensing technology, LabVIEW and C# preferred.
    • Strong communication skills for working with customers and internal teams are required.
    • Experience with CAN and OBDII, scan tools and vehicle electrical systems is a plus.
    • Experience with software source control (TFS and/or Git) is a plus.
    • Experience with HTML/CSS/JavaScript is a plus.
    • Familiarity with steering or suspension systems is a plus.


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