Galvion Active Systems designs and manufactures dynamic energy and data management solutions for the modern battlefield. Operations today depend on more charged equipment than ever before, and soldier efficiency and mobility are vital to mission success. The smart Li-Ion batteries, bulk and field-charging solutions, and power and data management systems that we develop add to mission intelligence, safety and success. Our user-centric design model, agile frameworks and on-site state-of-the-art labs allow us to provide insights, vision and technologies that deliver meaningful operational value to users, industry partners and academia. Our Active Systems division is at the center of our most forward-thinking projects and programs. This is a global, fast-paced team working with a number of strategic partners in order to bring the next-generation of smart, warfighter-worn, advanced power, data and software solutions to market.
This is your chance to join a passionate team who are making a difference and shaping the future of mission intelligence, survivability and success.
The Active Systems division adheres to a 9/80 work schedule, with every other Friday off. In a two-week period, employees will work 9 hours per day, Monday through Thursday, the first week Friday is an 8-hour workday, while the second week Friday is off.
The Electronics Engineer III will lead electronics design within a team of talented multi-discipline engineers. The Electronics Engineer III will be a critical part of the team to design and build the next generation of smart protection products for extremely rugged markets. This role will give you the opportunity to work on creating leading edge new capabilities by converging a number of innovative new technologies in small form factor wearables. You will be joining a global fast-paced team working with a number of strategic partners to bring the next generation of smart equipment to market.
The successful candidate will work closely with the Electronics Team, Mechanical Engineers, Software Engineering and System Architects to ensure the product achieves all functional requirements as well as the Industrial Design intent. The role requires the ability to conduct system design, produce electronic assemblies, create prototypes, conduct board design and layout, board test and assist in final prototype assembly.
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At Galvion, we believe in human-centered innovation. Everything that we do starts with the end-user - the warfighter, the law enforcement officer, the first responder. We work proactively to identify and solve the problems left unsolved by others. We continuously strive to exceed expectation and imagination, whether in a partnership that we facilitate, a solution we provide or a product that we deliver.
Our Armor, Active Systems and Focused Solutions divisions work independently as well as collaboratively to design, develop and deliver best-in-class, purpose-built, advanced solutions that enhance the agility and survivability of the world’s most demanding military and tactical end-users. We exist to empower their missions: we protect the people who protect us. We are thinkers. Doers. Pioneers. We are passionate about what we do. Always looking to the future. Always one step ahead. And with almost 400 people working across design, manufacturing, sales, testing, research, and administration, we’re able to create integrated solutions that genuinely challenge perceptions about what’s possible.
This is your opportunity to build more than just a career. This is your opportunity to play a central role in our life-saving, life-changing work. Join our team and our mission today.
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