Description: Job Title: EEE Component EngineerJob Code: SAS20212001-55284Job Location: San Diego, CAJob Description:
The Electrical, Electronic, Electromagnetic (EEE) Component Engineer provides required support to design and project engineering during the development, pre-production, and production phases of our new and heritage products and designs. He/she also functions as the responsible Component Engineer and as such will be the focal point for all EEE parts selection and reliability testing related actions for his/her products or product lines.Essential Functions:
The successful candidate will support and train in the below list of core activities and functions:
- Provide Electrical, Electronic, Electromagnetic (EEE) part expertise and support on Space and other High-Reliability programs, review customer Statements of Work (SOW's) and specifications to identify parts requirements.
- Assess components for compliance to program and industry PMP requirements (INST-002, TOR, JEDEC, etc.)
- Generate plans, procedures, and EEE part procurement and screening documents (SCD's, SoCD's, SID's, and AID's) for military and aerospace programs as required by MIL/NASA standards and/or contract.
- Write and review Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) to component level procurement and test control documents.
- Review screening and test data received from manufacturers and test laboratories for compliance to specifications, purchase order requirements, and program contract compliance.
- Evaluate defective components and failure analysis reports as required. Interface internally with Electrical Design Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, and Quality Engineers in support of risk mitigation and material review efforts.
- Perform and review key Reliability Analyses: Prediction, Derating, FMECA, etc.
- Apply military and aerospace industry reliability criteria (MIL-HDBK-217F, MIL-STD-1547B, etc) to analyses and coordinate adjustments for compliance with designers.
Preferred Additional Skills:
- Bachelor's Degree in a technical field (Physics, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Material Science or equivalent) and minimum 4 years of prior relevant experience or equivalent
- Experience in assessing components for compliance to program and industry PMP requirements (INST-002, TOR, JEDEC, etc.)
- Experience in writing and reviewing Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) to component level procurement and test control documents.
- An active DoD clearance
- Advanced degrees (Masters or PhD) in a related field is not required but is a benefit.
- Must demonstrate a willingness to learn and work in both a support capacity and as a lead on differing functions.
- Knowledge and working history with key reliability analyses for space mission hardware (prediction, derating, FMECA, WCA)
- Experience with radiation effects of electronics (TID, SEE) and common mitigation techniques.
- Familiarity with component level radiation effects in the natural space environment