Harris Corporation Scientist, Electrical Systems Engineer in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Scientist, Electrical Systems Engineer 6/18/18--Electrical, --Systems, EngineeringUSA - IN - Fort Wayne
Job ID: SIS20181806-25333
Scientist, Electrical Systems Engineer
Requisition ID: SIS20181806-25333
Location: Ft. Wayne, IN
The Fort Wayne facility designs, builds, integrates, and tests weather and climate space instruments. These instruments contain complex analog, power, digital, and FPGA electronics. Responsibilities will include electrical system architecture, system requirement definition, technical documentation development, requirement verification, and leading electrical technical teams. This position will also assist the Project Manager in giving technical customer presentations and insuring schedule and budget objectives are met.
Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, or Computer Engineering and 12 years relevant engineering work experience; or equivalent.
10 years electrical system design
10 years Analog & Digital Design
12 years hands on root-cause troubleshooting
10 years technical specification and interface control document generation
10 yearsleading technical teams
10 years cost & schedule management
Preferred Technical Skills:
DOD Top Secret clearance
Allocate system level requirements to applicable sub-systems and components
Perform functional analysis, detailed trade studies, advise alternate approaches, and perform interface definition studies to translate customer requirements into hardware specifications
Perform risk analysis, including identifying and assessing project risks related to the electrical design. Develop and execute risk mitigation plans and management of risks on projects. Provide risk avoidance and risk mitigation strategies related to the electrical design to project managers.
Develop and review electrical engineering documentation to ensure they meet electrical system needs and are accurate, comprehensive, and complete
Design experience related to cross-strapping and single point failure elimination
Effectively communicate to and interact with all stakeholders (customers, contract management, technical personnel, business personnel)
Mentors other electrical system engineers and provides guidance on electrical project execution
Experience defining grounding architecture to satisfy EMI and EMC requirements
Space Electronics Design Experience
Experience in designing electrical systems, circuits, and sub-system components that include nuclear hardening and survivability techniques and implementations related to system-generated electromagnetic pulse (SGEMP), internal electromagnetic pulse (IEMP) burnout, total-dose degradation, photocurrent burnout, charging analysis, and single-event upset & recovery
Please be aware that many of our positions require a security clearance, or the ability to obtain one. Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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Expertise--Systems, --Electrical, Engineering
LocationUSA - IN - Fort Wayne