Are you an Electrical Hardware Engineer with 5 years of analog and/or digital electronics design and development experience? Do you have end to end experience from architecture through schematic capture, layout, BOM generation, etc.? Are you a US citizen and able to obtain a security clearance? If so, read on and let’s talk.
Responsibilities: As an Electrical Engineer you’ll work in a fast-paced aerospace company alongside other very intelligent, high-level PHD and scientists in their Electro-Optics Division.
Deriving system specifications
Developing electronics designs
Document and compile results
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Avionic Engineering, System Engineering, or a related field and 5+ years of experience. A Master’s Degree is a plus.
Experience with end-to-end (from architecture through schematic capture/layout/BOM generation) digital and/or analog electronics design and development (e.g., using ECAD tools such as Altium Designer, OrCAD, or FPGA tools such as Xilinx ISE, Altium Quartus)
Opto-electronic circuit design including use of components such as low noise amplifiers, high throughput digital-to-analog conversion, and low ripple power supplies.
Testing, validation, and troubleshooting
Low latency video streaming and imaging interfaces (e.g., NTSC/PAL, CameraLink, HDMI) and processing, high-speed communications, and low noise sensor systems.
Experience with simulation (e.g., MATLAB/Simulink, PSPICE) and programming in C, or translating existing algorithms to native VHDL/Verilog a plus.
Excellent communication skills – verbal and written – and experience in technical writing to produce documentation
U.S. Citizenship is required.