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PDS Tech Inc Power and Electrical Engineer in Mojave, California

The position includes both avionics systems tasks and hands-on electrical design, development, and test tasks.

The scope of the electrical design engineering position includes:

  • Flight avionics hardware

  • Signal conditioning

  • Data acquisition

  • Actuator control

  • RF communication

  • Wire harness elements

  • Flight software, including hardware interface

  • Ground support electronics hardware

  • Integrated vehicle health monitoring

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Develop subsystem requirements

  • Decompose subsystems requirements to electrical hardware and software requirements

  • Capture electrical hardware requirements from system specifications, design standards, safety analysis, and other sources

  • Document derived requirements from the design process and design artifacts.

  • Validate the derived requirements

  • Trace the hardware requirements to their parent requirements, to their implementation in the electronic hardware, and to their verification results

  • Generation of requirement compliance matrix, analysis and status reports

  • Generation of the justification and description in support of the airworthiness case for the electrical hardware

  • Develop the life-cycle scope of electrical subsystems including design, debugging, test, deployment and performance analysis.

  • Document designs with engineering drawings and written descriptions.

  • Write fabrication and test procedures.

  • Present at and participate in design reviews.

Professional Requirements:

  • Avionics engineering experience on aircraft and/or spacecraft projects

  • Hands-on electrical / electro-mechanical design experience

  • Must have the ability to layout power & electromechanical systems

  • Skill applying C++ and embedded software programming to avionics

  • Experience with DO-178 and DO-254 is a plus

  • Must understand the systems engineering process

  • Must be a “U.S. person” as defined by the ITAR (22 CFR §120.15)

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.