Analog and Power Electronics Design Engineer

Description:Lockheed Martin Coherent Technologies requires a electronics engineer to perform detailed design for analog circuits for laser, imaging, and electro-optic systems. Will perform analog electronics design and analysis, and integration and test activities. The position is in a highly dynamic, high-energy research-oriented organization developing innovative capabilities. Thus the candidate would be expected to perform a wide variety of design, analysis, integration, and laboratory tasks in the area of electronics design supporting electro-optic and/or laser systems.

The tasks are anticipated to include architecture development, algorithms, simulation, detailed design, documentation, verification, and integration and test disciplines. The position is in a collegial, highly dynamic, high-energy, research-oriented organization developing innovative technologies. The Engineer is expected to perform a very wide variety of tasks throughout the program life-cycle.

This position requires special access to support the program and requires the selected candidate to be a US Citizen
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education.

Experience in the design of analog and power circuits. Expertise in modeling and analysis tools such as OrCAD PSpice.

This position requires special access to support the program and requires the selected candidate to be a US Citizen
Desired Skills:
Flight electronics design, control systems theory and design, LabVIEW, MatLab, C++software. Worst Case Analysis. Experience developing electro-optic and laser systems. Experience working in a rapid prototyping/R&D-oriented environment where there is an expectation that designs will be quickly developed and built to support early proof of concept testing -- while also making sure that the design has a defined path to support later production/flight use.

Ability to obtain a TS/SCI w/Poly Clearance required for this role.


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