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Staff Electrical Engineer (Aerospace Electronic Control Units)

The Staff Electrical Engineer will work with a global team of engineers in Phoenix and India, on electronic control units for Aerospace applications. The role will support the entire design life cycle from project planning efforts to entry into service and production transition support. Requirements definition using DOORS, detailed design, validation of requirements and verification of implementation. Also includes managing Problem reports for hardware that has already been delivered.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter with strong written and oral communication skills and works well in a team environment. As a Staff Electrical Engineer, this role will lead and mentor other electrical engineers throughout the entire design life cycle and support project planning efforts and ensure execution to schedule and budget.

Primary Responsibilities
• Primary ownership of Systems Development Processes.
• Support the development and review of Systems / Hardware requirements decomposed from customer specifications.
• Coordinate with Systems and Hardware teams to understand the cross functional requirements and constraints.
• Assess design maturity and review technical risk.
• Participate in Component Design reviews.
• Utilize appropriate Lean Product Development tools to support cost-effective technical solutions with heavy focus on platform design, reuse, and knowledge-management
• Support project planning efforts and ensure execution to schedule and budget.
• Design responsibilities include architecture, development and analysis of RF, wireless and high-speed communication links.
• Create documentation including hardware design plans, technical requirements, functional specifications, design specifications, qualification test plans and reports.
• Evaluate and approve electronic components to meet requirements for availability, performance and cost.
• Support project planning efforts and ensure execution to schedule and budget.
• Interface and support validation, verification and manufacturing engineers and technicians with product and manufacturing testing.
• Apply knowledge of DOE, FMEA, tolerance analysis, simulation and statistical methods to improve robustness and quality of electronic designs.
• Proficient with analog, digital circuit design, RF and wireless systems, building, and testing circuits in a lab environment
• Good computer skills with ability to learn new programs/software
• Ability to work under pressure and within time constraints
• Excellent organizational skills with ability to multi-task amidst rapid change
• Hardware Verification experience including, test procedure development, robustness testing and debug
• Systems Verification experience including, test procedure development, robustness testing and debug
• Experience with configuration management and problem reporting tools
• Experience developing hardware/software integration plans
• Experience creating LRU level (black box) requirements-based test cases and procedures, and executing systems verification testing consistent with DO-254 guidelines
• Excellent written and verbal skills

Preferred Qualifications
• Experience working within DO-254 certification program(s), including Stages of Involvement (SOI) Audits under EASA or FAA
• Experience using Mentor Graphics DxDesigner and Expedition
• Masters’ degree in Electrical Engineering
• Experience with high reliability controller electronics and power switching circuitry
• Familiarity with software developed in accordance with the requirements of DO-178B or DO-178C.
Job Number: 1910097977
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ
Duration: 1 year
Input Date: 08/20/2019
Attention: Stephanie Spolzino
Address: 50 FOUNDERS PLAZA STE 304
City, State: EAST HARTFORD, CT 06108
Phone: 860/289-2643
800 Phone: 866/636-4723
Fax Phone: 800/556-5284

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