The candidate is expected to interact with the UTRC Program Offices and United Technologies Corporation (UTC) business units to enhance existing programs in the area of design of electric motors and generators for a large range of UTC products.
Lead the engagement with Technology Development, Process Integration, Patterning, Metrology, Photolithograhy, Characterization, Data Preparation, Design Services, and Mask House teams, to generate specifications for optical and electrical designs as well as an overall frame structure.
Lead multi-disciplined PW/supplier/airframe teams to meet technical, development, and production requirements. Lead/Supporting trade studies, coordinating exchange of technical data and resolving design issues.
This position will be responsible for ensuring that site specific installation drawings reflect project development proposals, value engineering opportunities, and adhere to the NEC and other applicable codes and standards.
In this role, the selected candidate will participate in the direction of work assigned to project teams; ability to obtain/maintain security clearance.; ability to work and interface effectively as part of a team.
Creating and managing the design of UX artifacts--personas, user/process flows, wireframes, storyboards, functional requirements, and site maps--to effectively communicate interaction and design ideas.
Responsible and accountable for the electrical technical planning, scheduling, cost analysis, risk analysis and successful execution of small to medium programs or major electrical subsystems of a larger program containing substantial electrical content.
Analyze limited yields of failing patterns and mechanisms, and investigate root causes with broad cross-functional engagement. Integrate physical and electrical data to establish yield/ defectivity Paretos and roadmaps.
This position will interface regularly with TTMs Sales, Development and Pre-Production Engineering departments, it is essential that the candidate be able to effectively balance the communication channels between these departments.