-Electricalcircuit design, based on explicit design specifications and/or general functional requirements.
-Circuit and component analysis (Simulation, reliability over temperature, etc.).
-Test support, including writing test procedures and designing test fixtures.System level test support may also be necessary.
-Support formal design reviews and presentations to customers.
-Contribute technical expertise to leadership for proposals and other business opportunities.
- US Persons required
- 3 to 7 years of experience in design and development of low SWAP-C electronic components and circuitry
- Excellent analytical, written and verbal communication skills are required
- Design concept skills are required as the successful candidate will be involved in many proposals, presentations and customer reports
- Ability to adapt in a fast paced, highly-structured environment
A valued candidate will have one or more of the following desirable skills and/or areas of expertise
- Experience with Color, Infrared and/or Low Light imaging sensors and any subsequent hardware design
- DSP and/or FPGA hardware design. HDL digitalcircuit design experience would be a plus as well.
- Video processing including image enhancement, compression and display control and driving
- Analog and mixed-signal circuitry including ADCs, DACs and environment sensing ICs
- Power supply design, using switch-mode and linear regulation ICs, for low power, high-efficiency battery powered systems.
- Experience guiding and/or executing high-density PCB design
- Experience working as part of an Engineering IPT team designing US DOD qualified products
- Bachelor’s degree in ElectricalEngineering or physical sciences with significant focus on design of electronic systems
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.