This position is located in Prescott, AZ and is not available for remote work. The successful candidate will join a team of engineers responsible for design and development of new avionics equipment including; airborne radios for communication and navigation, airborne servers, audio control panels, audio management units, and other avionics instrumentation, along with some sustaining engineering of existing products.
Reports to the Hardware Engineering manager
- This engineer will be a digital design specialist with circuit design skills in the majority of the following areas;
- Digital design: circuit design using logic, CPLDs, FPGAs
- Substantial Microprocessor design experiences
- Bus experience, PCIe, USB, I2C, SPI, etc.
- Power Supplies, linear and switching supplies, in support of complex digital circuits.
- Details of board layout – while you won’t be doing the board layouts, you will be an integral part of the layout team and need to bring board stack-up and fabrication knowledge.
- Experienced and highly skilled using bench equipment; oscilloscopes, distortion analyzers, network/spectrum/vector analyzers, power meters, etc.
- Experience with computer aided design tools
- Experience working in a requirements based environment
- Works to and supports schedules and metrics
- Ability to learn and apply multiple documentations standards and modify design packages with minimal clerical errors.
- Experience mentoring junior engineers
- BSEE or equivalent.
- Experience in avionics electronics development. These designs will be for avionics products and therefore need to pass testing in support of FAA and FCC certification. Previous design for government certification is a plus.
- Experience with DO-160 Qualification Testing,
- Experience with avionics design certification standards; DO-254, DO-178,
- Experience with Altium and Cadstar schematic capture and PC Layout
- Experience transitioning new products into the factory
- General Avionics or helicopter pilot experience