Applies knowledge of engineering principles to design, develop, and test Ground Support Equipment structures for The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) under the Engineering Services Contract (ESC) at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC).
Support the full lifecycle of systems development for avionics products including concept design, system architecture, definition and management of requirements, modeling and simulation, managing suppliers, managing cost and schedule, System Integration Laboratory (SIL) integration, aircraft integration, verification, and flight testing.
Responsible for the development of analog and mixed signal circuitry in high performance mixed signal audio processing IC's. You will participate in all aspects of the design including specification, architectural development, transistor level design, layout supervision, chip level verification, and lab validation.
Responsible for working with customers to which we deliver core IP to help them verify the integration of the processor core in larger components of an SOC Responsible for maintaining a current knowledge of industry trends and activities, and taking the steps necessary to make sure that is on the leading edge of the technology.
The selected candidate will have high proficiency in Fuselage Design that includes primary and secondary designs, structural internal and external arrangement, and identifying effective load paths while accommodating equipment and systems to include wiring and tubing.
A major focus of this mission critical engineering role will involve establishing and operating a hardware in the loop environment to integrate and measure performance of sensor systems and air frames.
Strong knowledge of NEC standards needed. Strong design skills; ability to work with client. Ability to handle project scope, scheduling, etc; work with and mentor more junior engineer and design staff.