Electrical Engineer

Join an emerging Research and Development Defense Contractor. We are seeking an enthusiastic Electrical Engineer to design military force protection products. This is a hands-on product engineering role where you will be involved in the creation and product design process, following the product all the way through to manufacturing.
As an Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for the conceptualization and detailed design and testing of prototype electronic products. This is not a "Power Point" engineering desk position; you will be directly involved in the creation, design, and packaging of products.
As an Electrical Engineer, you must be willing and able to work both indoors at a computer bench, and also outdoors on an antenna range. You must also be able to work close with the military and be available for occasional travel to exciting places. Other responsibilities include;
Reviewing electrical engineering plans
Creating design specifications
Testing product performance
Calculating cost, material, and resource estimates
Preparing product schedules
Setting up specialized testing equipment
Reviewing quality assurance documentation
Participating in training or continuing education activities
Staying abreast of engineering and aerospace industry advances
Position requirements;
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering.
Radio Frequency engineering experience, a plus
C++ programming experience, a plus
Experience with Schematic Drawing, a plus
Mechanical aptitudes, a plus. Ability to solder and use machine shop equipment and test equipment desirable.
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Clean Background
Ability to obtain a Security Clearance
Interns and new grads will be considered
Must be able to lift up to 75# and occasionally work in adverse conditions

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