Eng II - Test

BAE Systems is looking for Test Hardware Engineers to join the Integrated Test Engineering (ITE) organization. The ITE organization's mission is to reliably deliver customer-focused, affordable test solutions which are integrated across all levels of production test. As an ITE Senior Test Hardware Engineer you will use your capabilities to develop interface hardware for Test Program Sets (TPS) to provide production test solutions needed for our Electronic Warfare (EW) products. These TPS will be developed for Test Stands, Interface Test Adapters (ITAs) and other types of Test Equipment needed for In-Process (IP), Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) and Acceptance Tests (ATP) ranging from component to systems level analog, digital and RF products.

An ITE Test Hardware Engineer II is responsible for developing and maintaining the test solution's hardware baseline, participates in integrating software and hardware for the test solution, and verifying the test hardware's readiness to be released for use in our factories. These responsibilities are carried out either as an individual contributor on small projects or a team member on larger efforts with direction and guidance supplied by the Integrated Test Engineering Lead (ITEL) and/or senior engineers. Additional responsibilities include designing analog and digital backplanes, creating interfaces to control environmental conditioning equipment and supporting hardware test verification activities to certify hardware test solutions are ready to be used in our factories.


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