Electrical Engineer (2019-126) Aberdeen, Maryland

  • TS/SCI clearance required

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide engineering support to the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD) on Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
  • Serve as project lead for multiple customer directed threat replications and/or electromechanical prototypes.
  • Perform reverse engineering to develop design package (layout, schematic, Gerber files) of replicated threat devices
  • Serves as project lead for multiple customer directed threat replications and/or electromechanical prototypes.
  • Perform reverse engineering to develop design package (layout, schematic, Gerber files) of replicated threat devices.
  • Develop technical package for replicated devices to include operating instructions, build instructions, testing instructions, and V&V tracking.
  • Perform prototype design from customer requirements and develop associated design and technical packages.
  • Utilize benchtop test equipment to perform Verification and Validation (V&V) on replicated devices and prototype designs.
  • Perform all functional duties independently.
  • Collaborate with Electronics Technician/assembler resolve design and documentation discrepancies.
  • Collaborate with Mechanical Engineer to ensure cohesive electro-mechanical design and integration.
  • Responsible for the sourcing, acquisition, and tracking of all required components for each assigned project.

 

Qualifications:

  • TS/SCI clearance.
  • BS/BA Degree (or) Associates degree and 3 years of experience (OR) High School and 5 years of experience
  • Knowledge of CAD programs for electronic design.
  • Ability to design circuit boards from customer requirements.
  • Skilled in technical writing to include operating instructions, build instructions, and V&V reports.
  • Ability to solder and use hand tools.
  • Understanding of electronic testing and V&V processes.
  • Knowledge of bench-top test equipment.
  • Ability to troubleshoot PCBs.
  • Skilled in written and oral communication.

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