• 14-Apr-2018 to 13-Jun-2018 (PST)
  • Engineering
  • Tualatin, OR, USA
  • Full Time


SawStop is the world leader in power tool safety technology. Headquartered in Tualatin, Oregon, SawStop is the top manufacturer of table saws for the commercial and hobbyist markets and is the recipient of numerous awards for safety and innovation. Since 2005, SawStop's safety technology has saved thousands of users from what would have been devastating, life-changing table saw injuries. Founded in Oregon, in 2017 SawStop was purchased by TTS Tooltechnic Systems, a 2,500-employee family-owned private company based in Germany with a focus on long-term growth through the development of superior tools.

SawStop is looking to expand the application of its technology into a variety of new power tools and continual attention to high quality delivery of premium products. SawStop provides its employees an opportunity to develop revolutionary products in an open and creative work environment where invention and dedication are both recognized and rewarded.

This position is part of Electrical Engineering team at SawStop.  This role is responsible for understanding, structuring a new architecture, incorporating new functions, testing and documentation of our core safety technology.  The position involves working closely with the rest of the staff, establishing procedures to complete tasks, and communicating results to the project leads.  The position reports to Electrical & Software Engineering manager.


  • Establish and upgrade the embedded software for company's proprietary Active Injury Mitigation (AIM)
  • Design and implement improvement strategies for new features, cost, quality, inventory and services.
  • Define and lead significant technical projects and improvement initiatives, scheduling and planning, budgeting and control.
  • Mentor and motivate other members of team.
  • Develop procedures and evaluation methods to verify performance and functionality of product
  • Document software, test and support specifics
  • Drive delivery of simulation, prototype, and troubleshooting of new concepts and designs


  • Bachelor's degree or higher in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related technical field.
  • 10+ years of product development with 5+ experience in an embedded board-level design role
  • Multiple product design life cycles from early definition stage to manufacturing release
  • Experience with and understanding of Assembly and higher level C languages
  • Demonstrated delivery of embedded SW as part of analog and digital circuit design teams
  • Strong organizational and communication skills including documenting engineering projects, designs, and reports
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