Senior Electrical Hardware Engineer (BB-3BD69)
Found in: Neuvoo CA
- Ability to analyze/interpret schematic drawings, mechanical drawings, and understanding part tolerances, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, standard industry symbols and drawing conventions to a level where the information provided is sufficient to construct the cable/harness or arrange the system.
- Support Production team during NPI stages.
- Conduct and minute peer reviews of electrical/power/cable design output through project workflow.
- Leverage knowledge of EMP/EMI issues as they pertain to power and cable design.
- Experienced in cable ways and bulkhead penetrations in Naval applications.
- Experienced in documenting designs in CAD, Visio, and MS Office software products.
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or a minimum of eight years relevant work experience in design and production environment or a master’s degree and five years’ experience in electrical engineering for extreme/marine environments.
- Able to anticipate safety, power, EMI/EMC, thermal, interface, cable/connector, HFE, manufacturing and other requirements for new designs in extreme environments.
- Will be responsible for power, grounding, and operator/maintainer of electrical safety solutions across many programs
- Will be expected to create and support detailed designs from requirements development through to product delivery.
- Possesses the design capability to develop electrical design solutions that meet specific design requirements including:
- Environment requirements: Basic understanding of the principles of shock and vibration, thermal management and electromagnetic interference and electromagnetic compliance management and how these environmental requirements are accommodated in product design.
- Design to Cost: Understanding of design to cost principles to ensure early establishment of realistic cost objectives and then managing the key factors which design cost to meet the stated objectives.
- Design for manufacturability/assembly/test (including tolerance analysis) and product functionality. Understanding of design and for manufacturing and assembly principles to produce cost-effective cable and harnesses.
- Be able to read, understand and present risk analysis based off schematics, wire tabulations, drawings, models and datasheets for a variety of integrated and complex military and industrial equipment.
- Working application knowledge of the following standards – MIL STD 810, MIL STD 461, MIL STD 167, MIL STD 901, IPC-620/610, MIL-C-39012C, MIL-C-17, MIL-C-27500, MIL-W-22759, ANSI, IEEE cable standards.
- Must be eligible for NATO Secret Security Clearance.
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