The Hardware Systems Engineer is responsible for performing design and development engineering assignments related to hardware products and systems which includes the development of new products and/or updates to existing products.
In this role, the selected candidate will conduct complex research; design; development and testing of information processing hardware such as computer chips; circuit boards; computer systems and electrical components.
In this role, the selected candidate will conduct research; design; development and testing of information processing hardware such as computer chips; circuit boards; computer systems and electrical components.
The selected candidate will work with collaborative teams to research and develop systems, processes, and tools that support internal and client technologies and operations. In addition to receiving a competitive salary and generous health and personal benefits, the Advanced Hardware Mechanical Engineer will enhance their skill set by working among a talented and technically accomplished group of colleagues.
In this role, you will perform customization and system administration for network management, task/project management, help desk, work group integration, documentation, and educational software packages on LAN/WAN.
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$81K to $116K -Bethesda, MD
In this role, the selected candidate will develop and control prototypes throughout testing, analysis, design refinement and associated documentation. Evaluates and develops engineering drawings, conducts tolerance analysis.
In this role, you will collaborate with others members of the Advanced Software Group, the Information Technology Team and Program Operations leadership to develop, deliver and integrate hardware and software solutions based on industry best practices and customer insight and requirements.
In this role, the selected candidate will design challenges include power electronics (power supply and motor power drive), embedded microcontroller circuit design, analog and digital I/O, and industrial network communications.