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#1: RFID Engineer

Unit-e Technologies is engaged in several projects involving RFID and requires an additional specialist to assist in the creation, maintenance, and iteration of RFID systems. The workload is expected to be heavy for a period of 6 months before transitioning into a lighter maintenance phase.

Applicants can apply for either the initial 6 months as a contract employee, or be brought on full-time to handle the development and maintenance phases. Hires will be expected to spend at least 1 work day a week at Unit-e’s office in Halethorpe, Maryland.

Applicants must be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Create RFID system design(s), considering signal propagation and common use cases
  • Select appropriate RFID standards and placement locations

Applications must have the following experience or equivalent:

  • 2+ years of experience in commercial RFID system design
  • 2+ years of experience in commercial electrical engineering

The following skills will be given priority in a hiring decision:

  • Senior-level experience in electrical engineering
  • Senior-level experience in computer engineering
  • Senior-level experience in mechanical/structural engineering
  • Senior-level experience in computer security


#2: Back-end Programmer

Core competencies

The candidate should be a full-stack programmer with specific knowledge of back-end, server, and online development. Candidates with working knowledge of Unity3D and C# are strongly preferred. Other valuable skills include the ability to work with electronic components, solder, test voltage, program and operate a CNC mill, and have a general knowledge of electronic theory.

Job duties

The candidate is expected to honor a mutually-agreeable work schedule at our Halethorpe, MD location and to arrive in a presentable fashion. The candidate will primarily work on the development of Unit-e games, with a focus on the back-end systems and online systems development. The candidate may also assemble electronics from an array of components and affix them to enclosures, as well as test components and products. The candidate may also package products for shipping. Candidates who are able to work with a CNC router may also be responsible for scheduling and/or monitoring CNC mill operations.