This position is responsible for depending on experience level, candidates are expected to lead or participate in the design of a variety of analog circuit blocks while partnering with other QCT teams like Digital, RF and Mixed-Signal in a fast-paced environment.
In this role, you will define and evaluate product mechanical and environmental requirements, including method of verification; create fabrication and assembly drawings as well as related documentation.
The Firmware Development Engineer will be responsible for participating in the architecture, engineering design, validation and documentation of Defense related products in a structured engineering environment, to include CMMI and applicable RTCA guidelines, to applicable military, SAE and US Defense related standards in support of laser based products.
This area of engineering is responsible for delivering a wide range of airborne, ground and space electronics payloads and subsystems, which include microelectronics, antennas, sensors, radars, laser, communication, onboard networks and buses, mission and stores management and other payload electronics.
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$80K to $100K -San Diego, CA
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for generating RTL, creating corresponding test plans and documentation, architecting and developing verification environments, and applying your skills to verify complex designs until all required verification activities at IP, sub-system, and system/architecture levels are met, ensuring a robust experience for our customers.
This position is responsible for superconducting and conventional rotating motors, power inverters, high-energy capacitors, radiation monitoring systems, high-voltage direct current power distribution systems, and numerous other products.
In this role, you will work with the Engineering/R&D group to evaluate equipment/software, product and process changes and determine if validation/revalidation/verification is required, or if supporting validations are adequate.