Engineering Development Program-EE (2018)

Come Join Us
Come work in an exciting environment in which you’ll use your passion, experience, and strong analytical skills to help bring new technologies to public safety and leave a positive impact on the world. We cultivate an environment that favors agility, initiative, and creative thinking. Our mission is to protect life, making the world a safer place through smart devices and software services. We genuinely love what we do and are looking for others who share this passion.

Axon at its core is an engineering company that has a start-up feel to it. We're changing the way law enforcement uses technology today. Our success depends on continually developing and improving our technologies and products. You will build new and better products that will keep both our law enforcement officers and citizens safe! That's where you come in, the team is looking for top-notch engineers to design and implement new features. You will take on new challenges and be on the forefront of building amazing products.

The Program is designed to train and develop new engineers quickly so that engineers can do what they do best- build things! Whether you're a Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Industrial Engineer, or Manufacturing Engineer you'll have the opportunity to cross-train in a variety of software tools and products. You'll aim a little higher and reach a little further. Your goals in life include more than just landing a great paying job. You do more because it matters. And when it comes to looking for that next opportunity, you want to do work that matters.

At Axon we believe it's critical that engineers have a breadth of understanding of the entire engineering process from initial conception to product launch. Our EDP's gain exposure in the following departments: R&D,Manufacturing/Operations, Quality Assurance, and related departments before settling into their final role. Each rotation is tailored to the engineer's area of engineering expertise to ensure optimal role to personnel fit.

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or similar
  • Prior internship or project experience in design or manufacturing engineering
  • Enthusiasm for using technology to improve Public Safety and a real passion for engineering
  • Demonstrated analytical skills
  • Strong communication skills and ability to explain technical problems in a clear and concise manner
  • Self-starter who is able to solve problems with minimal oversight
  • GPA greater than or equal to 3.0/4.0 (Strong academic performance)


  • Designing products for mass production
  • Designing circuit boards using Schematic and PCB Design
  • Designing Mixed Signal/Analog Circuit Designs and Analysis
  • Working with OrCAD or comparable schematic tools
  • Debugging circuits in the lab with lab tools, such as oscilloscopes
  • Mapping out test plans and draft test methods
  • Measuring and analyzing test samples for dimensional range/stability
  • Designing Test Fixtures to orientate lens during test procedure and organize/plan the manufacture of fixtures
  • Coordinating resources and materials to build test samples and lead good traceability of samples
  • Validating test methods, execute the full range of testing and organize/collect all data/results from testing
  • Assessing results/data and arrange in format to present numerical/graphical results
  • Researching past testing procedures on TASER CEWS and identify areas of improvement for this battery
  • Identifying key partners for involvement in the creation of the new CEWs battery test procedures
  • Working with key partners to resolve the number of tests for each battery test
  • Designing tests for the following: performance, capacity retention, charge cycle tolerance, high current discharge tolerance, durability, life-time, battery protection circuit resilience, and charger
  • Performing tests and document results, while outlining the test plan
  • Documenting and presenting the test results for the battery, protection circuit, and charger test procedures
  • Test Audio System On DSP Board (Microphone, CODEC):
  • Understand the audio system to start off
  • Test Firmware
  • Dynamic range
  • AGC
  • Buzzer Interference
  • Image TestStation:
  • Create Test Station that can accurately control light (low light and bright light) received by sensor
  • TEST
  • Low Lux capabilities of sensor
  • Sensor’s ability to adjust to all light conditions.
  • LedLumianceTestFixture:
  • Develop test fixture for measuring the luminance of the LEDs on both the MCU board and Sensor Board
  • Characterize USB:
  • Setup tests to characterize the USB on both the Sensor Board and MCU board
  • TEST
  • Test setup should include ability to gather eye diagram
  • Test inrush current

Compensation and Benefits

  • Competitive salary, 401K with employer match, and equity
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • A supportive parental leave policy
  • An award-winning office/working environment
  • Ride along with real police officers in real life situations, see them use technology, be inspired
  • And more...

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


Meet Some of Axon's Employees

Bryan W.

Vice President, Software Engineering

From building a top-talent team to creating cutting-edge technologies, Bryan and his co-workers are responsible for supporting Axon’s engineering efforts and experiences.

Surbhi S.


Surbhi writes the code that controls what Axon body cameras can do to help law enforcement officers out in the field during their day-to-day duties.

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