Draper Integration and Test Engineer in Cambridge, Massachusetts
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The Strategic Systems Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GN&C) Electronics Integration & Test group at Draper is seeking an Integration and Test Engineer with broad technical skills to work within multidisciplinary teams to conceptualize, develop, analyze, and/or assess robust GN&C electronics solutions for a wide variety of applications, including defense systems.
A successful candidate will be:
Highly motivated to support the delivery of technology solutions that are of strategic importance to the nation
Dedicated to developing the in-depth mission and technology domain expertise that enable realization of such solutions for complex systems
Capable of planning and executing individual tasks on a multidisciplinary team
Bachelors/Masters in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent
0-3 Years of Work Experience in a related field
Familiar with C++ and Linux
Experience with testing and debugging electrical circuits
Experience with mechanical design, test, and integration
Experience with circuit schematics and mechanical drawings
External Company Name: The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc