|Title||ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS ENGINEER (REF. #1575) (KEYPORT, WA)|
|Job Description|| |
This position will involve engineering and technical support for an undersea and combat systems repair depot and its cadre of skilled engineers and technicians, and may include rapid prototyping and fabrication; test and evaluation of undersea warfare systems; and in-service engineering for anti-submarine and USW weapons and vehicles.
The ideal candidate will have an understanding of military specifications and requirements, drawings and other documents used to support military systems. An understanding or experience with reverse engineering of obsolete components (electrical and mechanical), configuration management, and production level documentation is highly desirable.
|Background in any/all of the following is preferred:|| |
A bachelor of science or higher degree in electrical/electronics engineering, or higher, is required. A minimum of seven years of experience in electrical engineering for complex systems, including design, development, integration, test, and deployment is required. Experience with subsystems redesign and development of new system drawings, and procedures is desired. Experience using LabVIEW, MATLAB, programming/scripting, and T&E analysis; in circuit design (analog and digital), power, fixturing, test equipment, and test program set development; and performing reverse engineering are desired. U.S. Navy submarine/underwater vehicle experience is a plus. U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus.
|Location||WA – KEYPORT|
Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
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