Raytheon Electrical Engineer II in Tewksbury, Massachusetts

The Power and Electronics Systems Department within Raytheon IDS is hiring Electrical Engineers to fill a number of hardware design focused roles. The job will entail design, test,integration, and factory/field support of tactical systems fielded by the U.S. Military and allies. Engineers will work under the technical guidance of principal engineers on multi-disciplined teams in a variety of tasks, mostly focused in the following areas: FPGA Design, Power Electronics, PCB design, and Control Systems. These teams will be working on subsystems to support the overall design of state of the art military systems while also supporting legacy systems with upgrades and obsolescence redesigns. Technical tasks will expose candidates to numerous design disciplines making this position a good growth opportunity for engineers who want to broaden their skillset. You will work as part of a highly motivated team environment, and will be collaborating with cross-functional project teams making up a larger program or internal research and development efforts. Our engineers are assigned to a section manager of approximately 20 employees with similar skills. Each section manager is responsible for their members’performance, career development, and assigning tasks that balance the employees’ interests with current needs of the project teams. This position can be at level G07 (Electrical Engineer II) or G08 (Senior Electrical Engineer) based on the candidate's qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements for the position. Required Skills: 2+ years of experience in one of the following areas: FPGA development and/or verification of skills using VHDL, System Verilog or OVM Embedded hardware development PLC development Digital or mixed signal design experience of printed circuit boards Design of closed loop control systems Ability to obtain a Secret Security Clearance; US Citizenship is required Desired Skills: Advanced degree in Electrical Engineering Experience modeling and simulating using MentorGraphics System Vision, PSPICE, MATLAB/Simulink Experience using test equipment to test andverify the performance of hardware Experience writing detailed verification test plans and test reports Experience debugging hardware in the lab or field Experience with hands on prototyping in alaboratory environment Required Education (including Major): Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or related discipline Raytheon’s Electrical Design Directorate (EDD) inIDS 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, receiversand 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 and Switching 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/Process Control, Digital Feedback Systems, Command Generation, Inertial Stabilization, Navigation Algorithms 98972

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