This is an opportunity to join the fast-paced world of engineering the next generation combat vehicles and watercraft systems for the U.S. Army. Working as a DCS employee in Littleton, Massachusetts, you will design and develop electronics hardware, perform integration, testing, and support the U.S. Army Ground Vehicle System Center’s development of the next generation of autonomous ground vehicles and watercrafts.
Essential Job Functions:
Design and develop electrical and electronics hardware including circuit boards, wire and cable harnesses for ground vehicles
Perform analysis including but not limited to: circuit modeling/simulations, tolerances analysis, first order thermal analysis, and FMEA
Take ownership of electronics hardware throughout the product life cycle from circuit design, document generation, circuit board manufacturing, design verification testing, environmental testing, low volume production, integration, system verification, and field support.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Five years experience in electrical and electronics hardware development and test environment and Bachelor's Degree in Engineering.
Experience designing circuit boards for safety critical functions, reliability and harsh military applications
Experience with circuit modeling and simulation using SPICE, LTSPICE or other similar tools
Experience taking circuit board design all the way through manufacturing
Experience with PCB layout, PCB manufacturing, circuit board assembly and testing
Experience with wire and cable harnesses design
Experience with generating Bill of Materials, schematic, and necessary PCB files for manufacturing
Experience designing hardware for military ground vehicle and shipboard applications
Experience using Altium for schematic, layout, and manufacturing files generation
Experience with PCB layout for management of EMI, thermal, and THD
Experience with Matlab Simulink and Simscape
Experience with TI microcontrollers and ARM processors
Experience with CPLD and FPGA
Experience with Code Composer, C programming
Experience with technical data package generation
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