Raytheon Principal Electrical Engineer - Digital Sub-system Project Lead in Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Principal Electrical Engineer - Digital Sub-system Project Lead The Power and Electronics Systems Department within Raytheon IDS is hiring an Electrical Engineering Project Lead with strong technical leadership ability and knowledge of Digital Sub-Systems. The project lead will direct teams of electrical engineers in completing custom military electrical hardware design and verification, focusing on planning, budgeting, internal and external design reviews, team coordination, issue resolution, and risk and opportunity management. This position requires the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. Applicant 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 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. Required Skills: 10+ years related experience Broad based technical background with the ability to lead complex technical projects Strong written and verbal communication; must be able to present to various levels of management as well as internal and external customers Technical leadership ability, including the ability to lead the resolution of tough technical challenges Ability maintain high performance in a highly dynamic, team based environment Experience with electrical hardware design and development including design standard adherence Experience using Microsoft Project, SAP, or other scheduling/cost management tools Proficient with Microsoft Office suite Desired Skills: Subcontract Management Experience in proposal writing including cost estimation Knowledge of design practices Ability to assimilate inputs from multiple sources and derive design and operational requirements Required Education: B.S. in Electrical Engineering or equivalent degree (advanced degree a plus) At Raytheon, we innovate to create solutions and solve complex challenges across all domains: from land and sea to air, space, and cyberspace. In doing so, we embrace the talent, expertise and perspectives of our diverse workforce, each bringing their skills, ideas and dedication to the work we do. We pride ourselves on our commitment to our customers, industry partners and our teammates, making a positive impact not only to our business, but also in our communities where we live and work. Our constant innovation is made possible by a strong culture, investing in our people, and an unwavering vision that’s shared by Raytheon employees across the globe – a vision of one global team creating trusted, innovative solutions to make the world a safer place. Raytheon has been recognized as a respected employer and valued corporate citizen for our employment practices, programs and community support by a number of highly-regarded organizations. The list includes: Forbes, Glassdoor, National Veterans Small Business Association, Corporate Responsibility Magazine, Environmental Protection Agency, Affinity Inc. and many more. What We Offer: Whether you’re just starting out on your career journey or are an experienced professional, Raytheon offers a robust total rewards package that goes above and beyond with compensation; healthcare, wellness, retirement and work/life benefits; career development and recognition programs. Some of the superior benefits Raytheon offers include paternal leave, flexible work schedules, achievement awards, educational assistance and child/adult backup care. Find out why Forbes ranks us among the top 500 of America’s Best Employers by visiting us online at www.raytheon.com . 131090
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