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Company: Allegro MicroSystems
Location: Manchester, NH
As a Systems Engineer, you will be responsible for product definition, product verification and strategic customer support within Allegro’s Hall Effect Sensor Integrated Circuit (IC) product lines. You will work closely with Allegro design and test engineers, marketing personnel, field sales managers and with industry leading customers to:
Our customer base is globally diversified and this position may involve national and/or international travel. Your travel schedule will vary, but on average our Systems Engineers travel one to three times a year.