Senior Electrical Engineer

Redwood City, CA
Engineering /
Full-time /
At Reach, we are delivering technologies to enable the long-range, wireless transfer of power. We believe wireless energy can be as liberating for power systems as WiFi was for data systems, and are busy creating the energy infrastructure that will one day replace the aging electrical grid. We have raised funding from top tier VC's, have real world customers deploying our technology, and are continuing to build out the exceptional team that is making our vision a reality.

As a member of the hardware team, you will assist in the design, implementation, and deployment of the electronics behind wireless power systems. You will work closely with the software team to test and verify product requirements, as well as with the product and mechanical teams to ship cutting-edge technology.
You will also explore new techniques and approaches to improve existing hardware through prototyping, developing proof of concepts, and investigating new technologies. The ideal candidate will have experience integrating and testing complex devices. This role reports directly to the Director of Hardware. You will have the opportunity to greatly influence the construction of the product, develop your technical knowledge, and use your creativity and curiosity to solve problems and add value to our product.


    • Electrical system design, analysis, schematic capture, prototyping, debugging, test, and support for multiple systems
    • Assemble, test, and help troubleshoot prototypes to characterize performance and improve designs
    • Work with CMs and suppliers to identify better parts and techniques to scale production
    • Design PCBs and work with other engineers to "glue" subsystems together
    • Perform validation and data collection on prototypes and products
    • Write up problems, fixes, and procedures as you discover them

Qualities and Experience:

    • 3-5 Years experience with schematic design and PCB layout supervision, preferably in Altium
    • Proficient in the use of measurement test equipment such as power supplies, oscilloscopes and logic analyzers to debug and fully characterize designs
    • Experience in designing and debugging digital and analog circuits to the component level
    • Must be comfortable assembling surface mount components and performing PCB rework
    • Knowledge of wireless engineering concepts and components
    • Ability to improvise solutions from available materials
    • Capable of learning on the fly and rapidly acquiring new skills
    • Strong communication and organizational skills to work collaboratively within a close team setting
    • Electrical Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience


    • Flexible working hours
    • Discretionary time off policy
    • High degree of autonomy and work ownership with strong action-to-impact relationship
    • Dental, Vision, and Medical coverage, with HMO, PPO, HDHP options
    • 401k, HSA, FSA offerings
    • Long-term Disability, Short-term Disability and Life insurance offerings
    • Hybrid work schedule
    • Equity as part of a total comp package
Reach - Who We Are

Reach is a pioneer in a new frontier of technology. Born out of MIT, incubated in YC, and developed in an "office space" that was once the oven of a cookie factory, we are a group of curious, passionate, and creative problem solvers, and we approach our work with vigor and humility.

Much has changed since our cookie factory days, but our core philosophies have remained. Decisions are made quickly, meetings and politics are kept to a minimum, and everyone here does high-visibility work that has considerable influence on our product and company. We have weekly team lunches, quarterly offsite company events, and often spend time together outside of work bicycling, rock climbing, playing music, and hosting happy hours.

We highly value diversity at our company - in not only professional capabilities and experience, but also in personal interests, schools of thought, musical tastes, and walks of life. We prioritize inclusivity, and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States.