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Components and Radiation Survivability Engineer at Butler America Aerospace L.L.C.

Posted in Other 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full Time
Location: Danbury, Connecticut

Job Description:





Job Description:

Expertise in space environment modeling/analysis, electronic components selection and application in the orbital environments. You will work as a member of several integrated product teams to implement environmental models, provide analysis and support documentation/testing to show suitability to requirements. Your role will be to support the Team Lead in Survivability Analysis, Customer Interface, SDRL Organization/Creation, Customer Review Preparation and Presentations, Basis of Estimate Preparation for Proposal Labor Hours, Definition of Radiation Testing, Materials and Facility Costs, Materials and Components Research and compliance with Program Survivability Requirements, Preparation of standard documentation including Parts and Materials Purchasing, Testing and Usage documents.


BS degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering or related. Master's Degree a plus.


* Minimum of 5-7 years of related experience.

* Radiation Effects Analysis on electronic devices including TID/DDD and Single Event Effects

* Translating and communicating the requirements to the Electrical Designers, Supplier Quality Assurance, Supply Chain, and Electrical Manufacturing Engineering.

* Preparing component procurement specifications, drawings and Statements of Work (SOW) for Custom devices.

* Reviewing the Customers' requirements regarding Electrical Component Quality, Product Assurance, Reliability and the equipment's operating environments including the Radiation environments (Total Dose and Single Event Effects).

* Managing the Preliminary Electrical Parts List and supporting the Supply Chain so electrical parts may be procured as soon as possible.

* Establish requirements for Component Procurement Specifications

* Preparing test plans and procedures for Heavy Ion testing and Proton testing.

* Interpreting Radiation Lab test results, data reduction and generating formal test reports.

* Reviewing supplier quotes for adequacy.

* Identifying Alternate Components to mitigate schedule problems associated with Component Lead times and to mitigate component obsolescence.

* Reviewing and Assessing GIDEP Alerts for potential impacts.

* Preparing and delivering PowerPoint presentations to the Customer's Parts Control Board (PCB)

* Knowledge of Radiation Modeling Tools is desirable (Novice, SpaceRAD)

* Component Engineering for NASA or Military programs (development through flight)

* High-reliability (Mil-class S,V and K) electrical parts control requirements (selection, qualification, traceability, inspection)

* Military specifications and Military part numbers

* Components' construction, manufacturing processes and failure modes and mechanisms

Work duties are performed in an Office work environment with occasional travel to test facilities and industry trade associations. Occasional travel to Suppliers and Test Labs will be required.


Butler America Aerospace, LLC. is proud to provide an equal opportunity workplace and be an affirmative action employer. Consider Butler because we are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We recognize that we thrive on diversity for the benefit of our employees, our customers, and the communities where we are located. Employment with Butler America Aerospace, LLC. is governed on the basis of qualifications and competence without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, mental or physical disability or any other legally protected status.