Performs design and development in such areas as mechanical design and thermal design of active radio/antenna products. This includes development of CAD database, thermal characterization, weatherproofing, mounting feature design, EMI suppression feature design, assembly plans. Conducts stack up tolerance analysis to see design validity. The radio/antenna products are primarily electro-mechanical and have high demand for reliability and design integrity in severe environments.
This position is part of a cross functional team and the candidate is expected to take design input from electrical, mechanical and software engineers to arrive at multi-discipline design solutions. The successful candidate will perform thermal and structural simulations in FLOWTHERM or ANSYS or equivalent. The candidate may direct support personnel in the preparation of detailed design, design testing, and prototype fabrication.
Additionally, given the cross functional and globally diverse nature of the engineering team, the candidate should be comfortable and be able to thrive in such an environment and work seamlessly with teams across various engineering functions and geographies.
The following are further expectations of this role. Establish specifications and written test plans including the development of test procedures to verify engineering designs is integral to the position.
Partner with Electrical, Testing, and Manufacturing Engineers, assists in development of Process Flow Charts (PFC) and Process Control Plans to ensure reproducibility and repeatable of final products. Implement principles of six sigma (DFSS and DMAIC) during the design cycle to meet the desired cost and performance targets.
Experience in Tolerance Analysis
Must possess good oral/written communication skills.