Electrical Engineer reports to the Engineering Manager. The Electrical Engineer plans, designs, and oversees the installation, operation and maintenance of electrical/electronic components, equipment, and systems. Furthermore, acts as a focal point/ individual contributor with respect to electrical and electromagnetic compatibility compliance to industry/regulatory requirements and standards for airborne applications such as RTCA DO-160 or MIL-STD-461E.
Electrical Engineer performs conventional, moderately complex engineering assignments that may involve component, equipment or product design, simulation, testing, and preparation of specifications, process studies, and/or research investigations. Instructions are provided on task specifications and design constraints. Close guidance on new design or applications is provided.
• Applies standard engineering techniques involving only minor innovations of methodology to provide solutions to problems involving a limited number of variables.
• Performs low to medium complex circuit/wiring design activities and, subsequently, prepares appropriate validation and verification means.
• Supports product certification/qualification with subject matter knowledge and exercise professional judgment whilst supporting other business functions.
• Typically focuses on existing products or processes.
• Liaises with drafters, technicians, and others to contribute to project completion.
• Coordinates work with other engineers and operating groups to facilitate participation of various organizational units.
• Performs other related duties as required.
• Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited four-year college or university; and three-to-five years related professional experience and/or training; alternatively, an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Aerospace industry experience is strongly preferred.
• Must be proficient with basic physical laws/techniques as applied in electrical engineering (e.g. Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws), electromagnetic characteristics of materials, electrical circuit theory, two-pole and four-pole theory, Maxwell equations, and basic linear/digital/power electronics.
1750 112TH AVE NE STE C228
BELLEVUE, WA 98004