MIT Lincoln Laboratory Technical Staff - Electrical Engineer in Lexington, Massachusetts
Our group of multidisciplinary engineers develop, fabricate, and test a variety of complex imaging systems, radar systems, communication systems, electronics, and sensor packages for many different applications and platforms. We specialize in rapid technology developments, typically delivering new advanced technology capabilities within 3 to 18 months. We collaborate closely with divisions and groups across the Laboratory, and we team up with the Flight Test Facility to integrate sensors on various Laboratory airborne systems.
Group 77—Rapid Prototyping The Rapid Prototyping Group focuses on partnering with groups across the Laboratory to execute rapid prototyping efforts. The group works on diverse programs, delivering new advanced technology capabilities in timelines typically under a year. This group leads and coordinates various activities: mechanical system design and fabrication, electronics system design and fabrication, system engineering, integration into aircraft and other platforms, and laboratory and field testing. Projects are conducted in a team environment, utilizing resources from both the Engineering Division and mission area groups to successfully execute fast-paced development and demonstration efforts.
The Rapid Prototyping Group seeks an electrical engineer with experience in the design of embedded software, firmware, and analog/digital electronics. This engineer will work on a variety of projects providing complex and innovative data/power/control interfaces and solutions for a number of fielded sensor systems. The enginer must work well in teams consisting of subject matter experts across many different fields. The electrical engineer should have a broad range of skills. Specific skills of interest (sorted from highest to lowest importance) include:
electronics design for low power and battery operated systems,
embedded software development for low power microcontrollers (i.e. STM32L series parts, TI MSP430, Ambiq Apollo)
electronics design for analog circuits and sensors (i.e.- OPAMPS, comparators, analog to digital converters)
electronics design for digital circuits, digital interfaces, and sensors (i.e.- SPI, QSPI, I2C, UART, Ethernet),
electronics design for power supplies, specifically DC-DC converters,
experience with electro-optics (i.e.- lasers, cameras, optical sensors),
experience with RF sensors and communication protocols (i.e.- WiFi, Zigbee, Bluetooth, ISM bands),
experience with software defined radios,
experience with Printed Circuit Board (PCB) schematic capture and layout tools (preferably Mentor Graphics and/or Altium),
experience with NVidia Jetson GPU products.
The candidate is not expected to have experience with all skills listed above and the above list is not exhaustive. The ideal candidate will have around 10 or more years of experience and have some experience leading small engineering teams.
Education Requirement - PhD in Electrical Engineering or relevant field, Master's with 5+ years of experience, or BS with 10+ years of experience outside of formal education is also acceptable
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Selected candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret level DoD security clearance.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or genetic information; U.S. citizenship is required.
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