$150K — $200K *
If you’ve answered, “yes,” our team at Raytheon Missiles and Defense wants to learn more about you! We are looking for Electrical Engineers with expertise in VHDL coding and FPGA-based systems. At RMD, we offer competitive salaries and benefits, including profit sharing and a comprehensive relocation package. Learn more about our requirements and apply today!
You will be a part of a key role within the Engineering organization by developing the electronics for the weapon system products. We engage at the outset of the weapon system development and follow our designs through deployment. Our team helps develop the requirements and bring concepts to life. Our products are deployed all over the world, on the ground, and they reach the exoatmospheric environments and into space. The Configurable Digital Logic (CDL) Department is responsible for the architecture, design, and documentation of deliverable firmware and FPGA embedded processing.
The Electrical Engineer will develop FPGA designs for all major vendors and device families including: Xilinx, Altera, Lattice, and Microsemi. Designs are implemented using VHDL for the following applications: gigabit serial interfaces, Radio Frequency (RF) and Electro-Optical (EO) DSP, controls, data links, embedded processing and processor interfaces. Designers work with circuit card designers and systems engineers to develop requirements, architect new parts, collaborative modeling of algorithms, partition and perform code development, simulation, and place and route. Designs are verified against requirements using both directed test and constrained random methodologies. Design support is expected from requirements definition through integration and test. Design documentation and configuration management are required.
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.
Required Skills and Experience:
-Expertise in radar processing techniques
-Expertise in image processing techniques for visual and infrared sensors
-Expertise in embedded systems design using ARM, Microblaze, or Nios processors
-Expertise in gigabit serial interfaces and multi-gigabit transceivers (MGTs)
-Expertise in constrained random verification in UVM using System Verilog
-Expertise in verification utilizing emulation platforms, such as Veloce
Bachelor of Science in Computer or Electrical Engineering with a minimum of 10 years of relevant experience.
Master of Science in Computer or Electrical Engineering preferred.
Valid through: 12/1/2020