Seeking a Sr. Electronics Engineer to design and develop a variety of multi-disciplinary technologies, taking concepts on paper and making them into functional prototypes within a limited timeframe for our Photonic Systems Division, which specializes in the development and production of advanced sensor solutions for ground and airborne applications.
Responsibilities: The candidate will be responsible for end-to-end development of various designs that involve schematic design, PCB layout, fabrication, embedded firmware development, and testing for diverse applications. The Sr. EE will have an opportunity to grow a technical team for larger scale product development in the near future.
Develop reliable prototype systems and devices (including design, layout, fabrication, testing, and rapid iteration) for new and ongoing research efforts.
Implement embedded control systems using microcontrollers, peripherals (A-to-D and D-to-A converters, FPGAs, sensors, drivers, cameras, memory), and embedded code (in C) for a wide variety of applications.
Manage elements of technical projects with the opportunity to assume larger project management responsibilities
Provide technical guidance and mentoring to other engineers and scientists in the division.
Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering
10+ years of end-to-end electronic circuit design and development
5+ years with LIDAR, EO/IR, and RF integrated electronics
Fluent with C/C++ in embedded and standard computer architectures
Ability to complete end-to-end development of systems from physical principals to conceptual design, schematic capture, printed-circuit layout, assembly, coding, testing, and validation.
Ability to grasp the fundamentals of unfamiliar technologies and develop simple, creative, and reliable solutions within a limited time frame
Excellent communication skills – verbal and written.
Must be able to obtain a Security Clearance or have an active Secret Security Clearance
Work in airborne sensors is a plus.
Ability to provide cross-disciplinary solutions to include mechanical and optical designs is a plus.