Electrical Engineer

Location: Simi Valley, CA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Responsibilities:

  • Conducts general engineering and design of electronic systems on Small UAVs.
  • Works with avionics, embedded systems and RF links.
  • Performs design and analysis tasks.
  • Documents designs with engineering drawings and written descriptions.
  • Writes fabrication and test procedures.
  • Trouble-shoots complex systems from a hardware and software perspective.
  • Writes software to support integration of sensors and embedded processors.
  • Supports flight test operations, some travel may be required.
  • Performs design engineering using electronic software.
  • Performs performance analysis of designs.
  • Performs electronic engineering support activities on R&D projects.

 

Qualifications:

  • A B.S. or advanced degree in Electrical Engineering with 1-4 years’ research or industrial experience is required.
  • Internship and/or co-op experience in R&D projects, Aerospace experience desired.
  • Familiarity with C/C++.
  • Experience in one or more areas: RF, embedded control, FPGA.
  • Familiarity with HDL programming a plus.
  • Familiarity with PCB design process required, experience with Altium a plus.
  • Demonstrated ability to trouble-shoot complex systems.
  • General Engineering fundamentals, mathematics, physics, material properties.
  • Flight test or R/C (Remote Control) experience a plus, hands-on experience with tools a plus.
  • Familiarity with Small UAV subsystems and associated software a plus.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills - Leadership experience - Team Player.
  • Familiarity with software tools in their area of expertise.
  •  Familiarity with office software and computer based productivity tools.
  • Must comply with company's policies and procedures.
  • Must be willing to work on government contracts and ability to obtain a security clearance.
  • Able to excel in a fast paced, deadline-driven environment.
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