Electrical Engineer 1

Entry-level position in the field of Electrical Design and Systems Integration will design and develop electrical systems for the integration of electronic equipment on military/commercial aircraft and ground stations. The design includes creating system wiring diagrams, circuit breaker panels, control panels and other items using CAD tools. The engineer will be responsible for research, development of systems integration, preparation of engineering drawings, and coordination of design activities with Systems Engineering, Manufacturing, and Production to ensure that designs meet requirements at minimum cost. Designs will be accomplished under the mentorship of senior-level design engineers. Additional responsibilities include development of power distribution, electrical load analysis, and load shedding scheme along with the opportunity to support testing and integration of systems on the aircraft. Electrical design engineers have the opportunity to work on numerous system designs on a variety of aircraft.
Bachelor or Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, or appropriate engineering discipline
0-2 years of applicable experience
Minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA
Must be able to walk to and from the flight line, work in aircraft hangar environment, and board/exit aircraft
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Good computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Understanding of basic aircraft systems
Willing to travel or relocate, if necessary
Desired Skills
CAD skills are highly desired
Co-Op/Intern or exempt-level experience in electrical design
Systems integration experience is desired
Knowledge of power and power distribution is highly desired
Position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance which requires US citizenship.
Equal Opportunity Employer €“ minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.

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