Electrical Hardware Engineering Assistant
Employment Type: Full-Time
ENSCO Avionics, Inc. has a need for a hands-on Electrical Hardware Engineering Assistant. Candidate will be responsible for the assembly, test, and integration of avionics equipment. Candidate will work closely with Electrical Hardware Engineers during the requirements through design phase of the projects. Initial software tools required include Excel, Word, Visio, and PC software packages. Knowledge of hardware interfaces such as GPIB and VME desired. Follow-on tasks may include hardware and software development of avionics test systems as well as EMI testing and support. Follow-on efforts and tools utilized include schematic design utilizing Mentor graphics and script level test tools.Qualifications Required (Skills)Qualifications Desired
- Experience with various serial bus interfaces such as RS422, USB, CAN, JTAG
- Test Equipment experience
- PC, VME, Or VXI driven hardware experience
- Avionics or Military embedded controls
- Mentor Graphics
- Script generation
- EMI/EMC (Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility) knowledge/experience
- Knowledge/experience in RF principles, RF engineering
For more than 30 years, ENSCO Avionics has developed sophisticated airborne systems for the aerospace industry to meet DO-178C, DO-254, DO-278A, and military standards for manned and unmanned systems. ENSCO Avionics focus is on safety- and mission-critical software and programmable hardware engineering solutions, custom display development, tailored synthetic vision applications, integration test solutions, and the IData Tool Suite. ENSCO Avionics, based in Endicott, N.Y., is a wholly owned subsidiary of ENSCO, Inc. www.ensco.com/avionicsStrength in Diversity
ENSCO, Inc. and its wholly owned U.S. subsidiaries are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers, committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under state or local law.
Associated topics: analog, architecture, asic, circuit, engineer iii, h/w designer, hardware engineer, ic, pcb, systems engineer
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