Impinj has an immediate opening for an Engineering Intern to play an integral part of our New Product Introduction team. An internship at Impinj will give you the opportunity to learn about Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) products and may even lead to a full-time career at Impinj.
Impinj was named one of the best places to work by Seattle Met this year and is conveniently located in the Fremont neighborhood near Adobe, Google, and Tableau Software. Because we are a smaller, ~130-person company, you will have the opportunity to be an important part of our team and to learn from a talented and diverse group of engineers.
The person hired in this internship will be responsible for implementing our new Bill-of-Materials control software by entering electronic component data, obtaining RoHS documentation from component vendors, and developing CAD libraries.
|Headquarters:||701 North 34th Street|
Seattle, WA 98103
|Impinj focuses exclusively on UHF (ultra-high frequency) RFID (radio-frequency identification) solutions. UHF RFID enables writing individualized information to and reading information from tagged items without line of sight, at longer range, higher speed, lower cost, and with more automation than any competing technology. Impinj embraces the global industry standard for UHF RFID, called UHF Gen 2, which we extend through our leadership in the standards-setting process and enhance with our proprietary technologies and deep domain expertise. UHF Gen 2 systems are ideally suited for high-volume, item-level applications that require low-cost consumable tags, such as retail inventory management, pharmaceutical authentication, and airline baggage tracking. Impinj was founded on technology developed by Dr. Carver Mead and Dr. Chris Diorio that enables low power, programmable, minimum-size analog circuits. Semiconductor visionary Dr. Mead was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 2003 and has founded more than twenty companies in his professional career. The driving force behind the UHF Gen 2 standard and winner of the RFID Journal Live Special Achievement award in 2011 for those efforts, Dr. Diorio is Chairman and CTO of Impinj and also an Associate Professor at the University of Washington. He has personally revolutionized using RFID in applications from supply-chain to pharmaceuticals. Impinj, founded in May 2000, is privately held and has raised over 110 million in funding. Investors include ARCH Venture Partners, Alliance Bernstein, Cipio Partners, GF Private Equity, Inventec Appliances Corporation, LS Industrial Systems Co. Ltd., Madrona Venture Group, Mobius Venture Capital, Polaris Venture Partners, UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund, Venture Tech Alliance, Viterbi Group, and YFY Group.|