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Senior Electrical Engineer – Analog

United States (USA), Aitech

[Aitech-SenElecEngineerAnalog]
Field(s) of expertise
Electronics Engineering
Job type
Permanent
Education
BachelorMaster
Deadline
21/07/2020

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the design, development and test of new products as well as supporting existing products.
  • Responsible for concept Analog design, parts selection, design simulation, detailed design, schematic and PWB Design Rules creation
  • Support card layout, debugging and verification.
  • Support system integration working with Software, Systems, and Mechanical Engineers
  • Customer support as they integrate our products into their systems.
  • Lead special Research & Development project activities or investigations within the Electronic Engineering discipline.
  • Lead and coordinate all activities necessary to complete electrical engineering project
  • Manage and prioritize multiple simultaneous activities
  • Lead tasks to improve the overall design process

Profile

  • BS degree in Electrical Engineering. MS preferred.
  • Minimum 10+ years of Analog Design experience with mil-spec or space programs
  • Solid analog design and debugging skills
  • Experience with development tools for design capture, simulation, and debug. In particular experience with OrCAD Schematic Capture, PSpice (Hyper lynx is a Plus)
  • Design experience with the following Analog Interfaces: RTDs, LVDTs, Unipolar and Differential ADCs, DACs, current sensing, different types of motor controls and servos is required. Synchro-Resolver interfaces experience is plus.
  • Design experience with DC to DC power supply (10-250W), 1kW+ is a plus.
  • Knowledge and experience with EMI/EMC principals and ESD and lightning protection, a plus
  • Familiar with Worst Case circuit analysis, high reliability components, failure rate calculation principles, radiation effects (SEE and TID) on semiconductors is required.
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work independently as well as cohesively within a team environment with minimal supervision.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or be authorized to work in the United States