Date Posted: 2018-09-10-07:00 Country: United States of America Location: HCT04: ISR Systems - Danbury 100 Wooster Heights Rd, Danbury, CT, 06810 USA
We at Mission Systems, a division of Collins Aerospace, are world leaders in high reliability, space based, electro-optical systems, providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities that are critical to our nation's security. We have a fantastic opportunity for an ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WITH ANALOG DESIGN experience in our Danbury, CT facility, just one hour north of NYC.
We are looking for an ELECTRICAL ANALOG DESIGN ENGINEERto provide analog electrical design solutions and technical support to novel and challenging projects of varying size throughout their life cycle stages. You will be joining an organization with a distinguished space-based EO/IR heritage of scientific and national security. You will contribute to the development of complex high reliability electrical designs in support of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions on a variety of platforms. These platforms present unique design challenges operating over the harsh environments of space including extreme EMI environments, total dose induced radiation parametric degradation effects, single event effects associated with high energy space born particles, space charging of surfaces and electro-static discharge events. Your role will be to provide analog design solutions and troubleshooting support for varied high reliability space & military applications including:
? power supply design, ? focal plane technologies ? electro-optical instrument design, ? motor drive applications ? servo-system applications ? low noise preamplifier design, ? high bandwidth signal processing applications ? high accuracy position measurement ? low jitter thermal control ? high accuracy temperature/telemetry measurement systems
You will work on state of the art Military and Space hardware product lines involving analog, digital, and electro-optical technologies used for laser warning devices, CCD & MEMS based attitude sensors, and complex motion control & measurement systems. You should be able to demonstrate strong analog design skills and be able to assume a lead electrical engineering role as it relates to both the support of legacy products and development of new designs.
Education / Certifications
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with at least 2 years' experience. Master's degree preferred.
? Experience in high reliability space, DoD airborne & ground systems, mission analysis, and government military program contracts ? Experience with high accuracy precision measurement techniques (i.e. LVDTs, strain gages, inductosyns, capacitance based position & synchronous demodulation) ? Focal plane experience and familiarity with quad cells, CCDs, photodiodes, etc. ? Power electronics and motor drive design/analysis experience ? Experience using DOORS requirements management tool ? General familiarity with optical metrology technologies and techniques as related to electrical design applications ? Applied use of standard electrical engineering analysis and documentation software (i.e. PSPICE, Hyperlynx, Matlab, Mathcad, Orcad, Allegro, Visio and CreoViewCANDIDATE MUST BE A US CITIZEN AND MUST EITHER HOLD A CURRENT US DoD CLEARANCE OR BE ABLE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A CLEARANCE.
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