Hardware Electrical Engineer (TS/SCI Clearance)

L3Harris Technologies
Sparks Glencoe, MD
Nov 23, 2021
Dec 04, 2021
Full Time
Description:Job Title: Hardware Electrical EngineerJob Code: SAS20210508-66917Job Location: Columbia, MDJob Description:L3Harris is seeking a self-motivated Electrical Hardware engineer to join our embedded systems development team to deliver mission critical solutions for a variety of customers at our Columbia, MD location. This position will focus primarily on the development of custom Digital/Mixed-Signal circuit designs supporting custom antenna integration into embedded wireless systems.Essential Functions:Thorough understanding of digital Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) design process including requirements generation, preliminary design, peer reviews, detailed design, test plan generation, and integration and test.Understand the requirements and architect a CCA solution against those requirements.Designs activity would primarily be digital, but some analog experience is beneficial.Simulate key circuit sub-sections to verify performance, then integrate and test the CCA into the higher-level assembly.Perform schematic capture and printed circuit board design work using ECAD tools such as Altium Designer, Mentor Graphics, Cadence or similar.Qualifications:Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering with a minimum of 4 years of experience in electrical engineering OR a Graduate Degree and a minimum of 2 years of prior related experience.Experience with digital Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) design processExperience with a variety of microcontrollers such as Microchip PIC and ARM Cortex M3 and M4.Experience with microcontroller interface busses such as I2C, SPI and ASYNC serial.Experience with a variety of technologies including switching and linear power supplies, CPLD, FPGA, ADC, DAC, volatile/nonvolatile memory devices.Experience with power supply and digital hardware design in support of embedded systemsActive Top Secret/SCI with CI polygraph required.Preferred Additional Skills:Familiarity with analog components such as op-amps, comparators.Experience with common lab test equipment such as oscilloscopes, power supplies, DVMs, function generators and logic analyzers.Experience with battery operated lower power system design.Familiarity with VHDL, the FPGA design process and the tools used to generate the FPGA designs.Experience with high speed memory and network interfaces and protocols is desired.Ability to work in a team environment and negotiate solutions with Hardware / Software Engineering and Systems Engineering is preferred.Familiarity with RF measurement tools such as network analyzers, spectrum analyzers and power meters.