Description:This position requires experience in selecting and designing Electronic IO assemblies. This entails requirements review, component selection, creation of design packages, generation of test procedures. The engineer will be responsible for supporting the design development through the release cycle. The position requires research, design, development, and testing of complex electrical designs including documentation development, hands-on test and troubleshooting, and formal documentation of the electrical design. The programs require broad electrical support, including issue resolution to distributed I/O architectures, RF systems, remote test station equipment and power distribution systems. Work across disciplines during integration and test activities is required. Experienced with unmanned or remotely operated underwater vehicles desired.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college in Electrical Engineering or a related discipline.
Minimum 3.0 GPA
Must be able to obtain a DoD security clearance.
-Ability communicate effectively
-knowledge of analog and digital systems, power conversion, ground isolation methodologies
-ability to apply electrical design principles to the complexities of the vehicles
-flexibility to support scheduled and unscheduled weekend and off-shift hour
-ability to troubleshoot a variety of electrically related problems, document testing processes and results in the appropriate problem reporting system
-excellent communication skills to interface with peers, supervisors, and on-site customer personnel
-experience with underwater vehicle development design
-Experience with Change Management and Release Processes
- Familiar with MST processes and procedures
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