Electrical Sub-Systems Engineer | Active DOD Top Secret Clearance | Hanover, MD
SOC is seeking DOD Top Secret Cleared Electrical Sub-Systems Engineers for opportunities to support the national security mission. These positions are onsite and located in Hanover, MD.
This role is for a sub-system engineer that has domain knowledge surrounding passive E/O sensing electronic subsystem design, the leadership and communication skills needed to manage development efforts, and the ability to evaluate technical solutions for the development of complex E/O systems intended for high reliability applications. The selected candidate will have practical experience in the design, build, test, integration and troubleshooting of circuitry and sub-systems.
This role will require the candidate to take a systems engineering approach and to maintain detailed mission and overall systems knowledge that includes an understanding of the payload and bus architecture.
The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to decompose top level requirements down to subsystem requirements and have prior experience with complex link budget simulation methods, FPA interface design, mechanism control approaches, as well as power and thermal subsystems. The ideal candidate will have experience in the development of complete systems where size, weight, power consumption, and harsh environments are driving requirements.
The successful candidate will have experience in the design, analysis, simulation, development, and testing of analog, digital, mixed signal circuits, FPGAs, CCAs, Units and Interconnects for electro-optic sensors including FPA interface, mechanism closed loop controls, and thermal management. Experience should include high reliability design considerations including radiation effect mitigation, worst case circuit analysis, thermal management, and contamination as it relates to electronics and mechanisms.
Active DOD Top Secret clearance
Electrical Engineer with 5 plus years of experience.
Experienced in the design, analysis, development, and test of analog/digital/mixed signal circuits systems, modules, CCAs, units and subsystems.
Full lifecycle E/O sensor development experience from proposal to requirements through production.
Experience with requirements development and the decomposition of high level requirements into lower level submodules or components (i.e. CCAs, FPGAs, and Units).
Willingness to work within a teamed environment.
Must have Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Physics, or other related STEM field.