Hardware Engineer (TS/SCI FSP POLY Clearance)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a leading global technology services provider delivering business solutions to its clients. Hewlett Packard Enterprise delivers the industry’s broadest portfolios of information technology, applications and business process outsourcing services to clients in the manufacturing; financial services; healthcare; communications, media and entertainment; energy; transportation; and consumer and retail industries; and to governments around the world.

Job Description:

We are looking for a Hardware Engineer to support the customer site in West Aurora, CO. Responsibilities include analyzing complex hardware systems, analog design (power supply design, audio circuitry design, and experience with vehicle bus interfaces), digital design skills (processor/memory interfaces, logic design, and timing analysis).

Governments turn to Hewlett Packard Enterprise for the mission-focused experience to help reduce costs, streamline processes and operate more efficiently, while improving the quality and value of the services they provide. Our deep experience in the public and private sectors has enabled us to deliver substantial results for a variety of government organizations.


1 years experience


Experience in high-level logic design using very high speed integration circuits hardware description language.

Experience in the use of tst equipment such as: Digital Sampling Oscilloscopes, High-speed logic Analyzers, Network Analyzers, and Spectrum Analyzers.

Experience with schematic entry; experience working with board layout and assembly vendors to get printed circuit boards built as desired.

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