Raytheon Principal Electrical Engr in Marlborough, Massachusetts

Raytheon IDS Electrical Engineering Power and Electronics Systems is seeking a Principal Electrical Engineer with experience in power electronics and analog circuits. The candidate will work with custom and commercial off-the-shelf and custom hardware designs to achieve system requirements. Responsibilities include development of proven designs using modeling, simulation, and hardware testing. The selected candidate willwork closely with other members of the development team in translating system performance and operational specifications into hardware functional requirements. The ideal candidate possesses a combination of design experience, power electronics knowledge, and hands on laboratory skills. Required Skills: 10+ years experience including the following: Design and development of power electronics hardware such as power converters, power conditioners, and linear regulators Modeling and simulation using PSPICE, MATLAB/Simulink, or similar computer based tools Hardware test/validation Working independently or leading a technical team Excellent written and verbal communication skills US Citizenship is required; this position will need a US Security Clearance within one year of start date Desired Skills: 14+ years experience in power electronic circuit and system development Hardware development experience in a DoD environment Experience generating technical documentation and reports Experience interfacing with procurement and manufacturing as well as external suppliers to ensure proper implementation of product designs Ability to multi-task Existing security clearance Growth Opportunities: Opportunities for continued growth as a Principal Electrical Engineer include the following roles: Individual technical contributor: Highly technical track with opportunities for hands-on work. Team leader: Direct a team in completing specific tasks, reporting status and results as required. Program management – technical: Direct a cross-functional team on work related to a specific program or contract. May include budget and schedule management. Functional management: Direct employees’ career development, assignments, and performance while continuing to contribute to technical work. Engineering Fellow: Highly competitive classification for individuals engaged in advanced research and/or product development. Required Education: BS in EE or related major (Advanced degree preferred) EDD: Raytheon’s Electrical Design Directorate (EDD) in IDS provides engineering design, integration and production to core radar, sonar, torpedo and combat system competencies including process and control, integration and test, power systems, torpedo and sonar electronics, receivers and exciters, antennas and microwave sub assemblies. The Power and Electronic Systems Department in the EDD has responsibility for design engineering including the following areas: Power System Design - Power System Noise, System Simulation and Modeling, Solid State Transmitters, Tube Transmitters, High Voltage Design,Power Sources, Generators Power Conversion - AC/DC, DC/DC and DC/AC, Linear andSwitching Supplies, Power Factor Correction (PFC), Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS), Resonant Circuits, Synchronization, Noise Controls Power Distribution - Ground, Air, Shipboard, and Space,Power Generation, Line Voltage, High Current, Low Voltage, Micro-Power, DC, AC,Multi-Phase Power Control, Fault Reporting, Isolation, Protection Circuits, Redundant Systems Power Sub-System Design - Filters, Harmonic Control, EMI, Circuit Simulation, Magnetics, Protective Relay Systems, Short Circuit and Stress Analyses Control Systems – Servo Control Systems, Motor/Power/ProcessControl, Digital Feedback Systems, Command Generation, Inertial Stabilization, Navigation Algorithms Keywords: Powerelectronics, analog circuits, simulations Position can be either a G10 or G11 based on successful candidates qualifications. 97809

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