The RF Engineer II/III is responsible for developing high-performance RF Modules including receiver and transmitter products.
Responsible for the detailed design and schematic capture of the electronic circuits
Responsible for ensuring that PCB layout design meets design requirements
Responsible for developing, executing and reporting design verification tests on prototypes
Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors
Must be proficient in Microwave design tools including linear and non-linear circuit analysis, visual system simulator and 3D simulation tools.
Test, troubleshoot and align complex RF & Microwave assemblies comprised of wideband RF, digital control and power conditioning functions to meet overall system requirements.
Red-line assembly documentation, keep accurate records of cause-and effect changes resulting from product optimization efforts
When operating as a project lead, responsible for the release of the engineering design package to the production configuration management system
Interface with process and manufacturing engineering during transition to production to make sure alignment procedures, assembly and test documentation are clear and complete
Train manufacturing test personnel as necessary to transition the products to production
Support of manufacturing operations when needed for troubleshooting or analysis of unique issues or problems with product performance or yield
Minimum/Basic Job Qualifications
BS in Electrical or Computer Engineering; Master's Degree preferred
A minimum of 3 years related work experience
Must be a US Citizen with the ability to obtain a SECRET Level Security
Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to work as part of a Team and deliver timely, high quality results
Knowledge in automated testing methodologies required
Knowledge of RF receiver/transmitter performance criteria, measurement techniques and test instrumentation
Advanced Knowledge of RF and Microwave passive and active circuit theory including s-parameters, diode and transistor theory