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Electrical Reliability Engineer

Description:
Must be US CITIZEN



EDUCATION QUALIFICATION REVISED:

Can have a B.S. in Electrical Engineering or Physics with electrical experience (6+ years).



ADDITIONAL INFO PROVIDED BY MANAGER REGARDING THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS OF THE JOB:

In this case we are talking about products that go into orbit at various altitudes. These products could vary from power supplies to digital or analog circuit card assemblies. The analysis begins at the component (piece-part) level and continues up through the CCA and system level. In all cases we are primarily concerned with the radiation effects at these levels of the design.



Im purposely speaking in general terms like this because we develop a fairly wide range of space products so it could fall into any of the categories listed above.



NEW DESCRIPTION:

Responsible for supporting the development of precision navigation and timing products, and ensuring survivability in the on-orbit environment. This includes all phases of product development from initial architecture and development of interfaces and component requirements thru design, testing and verification, on to production support. Some products may require operational support and on-orbit anomaly resolution. Tasks will include characterization of space environment impacts on system performance, testing and selecting parts, and evaluation of alternative designs for optimum robustness and performance.

Determine and specify space environments for systems, subsystems and components.

Understand space environment interactions with spacecraft components and materials.

Perform analysis and modeling of designs against expected environments to verify robustness.

Assist with requirements analysis and parts selection recommendations (eg. SCDs, PARs).

Apply understanding of Total Ionizing Dose, Displacement Damage, and Single Event Effects

Plan and execute component testing for TID, SEE, DD, Prompt Dose (Flash X-ray).

Prepare test reports, present results and achieve customer approvals.



PREFERRED ADDITIONAL SKILLS

Experience in planning and execution of RLAT, SEE, and FXR tests on components and subsystems

Experience in using one or more radiation transport analysis (eg. GEANT4, MCNPX, NOVICE) or radiation effects testing

Knowledge/experience in the effects of UV and atomic oxygen on materials and components

Experience in analysis, control and mitigation for spacecraft charging

Understanding of NWE and how to interpret/mitigate, i.e. PD upset/transient/latch up/burnout, SGEMP, IEMP, and fission byproducts.

RF domain knowledge

Experience in design and/or analysis of digital and analog circuits

Knowledge/use of Microsoft Office

Knowledge/experience in the effects of radiation on materials and components.

Ability to obtain a security clearance

Able to present results and communicate with Customers and Senior Management




Nesco Resource is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristics with respect to employment opportunities.



 
Job Number: 20-04761
Job Location: Palm Bay, FL
Rate: 68.7USD/Hour
Per Diem: --
Overtime: --
Duration: 2021-02-23 00:00:00.0
Start Date: 2020-02-24 00:00:00.0
Input Date: 02/07/2020
Last Updated: 02/20/2020
Firm Name: NESCO RESOURCE
Attention: Chris Chacon
Address: 101 COMMERCE ST STE 3001
City, State: LAKE MARY, FL 32746
Phone: 407/710-8000
Fax Phone: 407/710-8001
Email: cjhunter.nesco@jobdivaemail.com
Website: www.nescoresource.com

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