Raytheon Technologies Electrical Engineering Fellow in El Segundo, California
Are you a technical expert in mixed-signal electronic hardware architecture and design? Do you want to lead the development of cutting-edge Global Positioning System (GPS) user equipment delivering Military Code, Anti-Jamming, Anti-Spoofing and Alternative Navigation solutions to government customers? Does a hybrid or remote work arrangement appeal to you? If so, then this could be the role for you.
The electromagnetic environment is growing ever more harsh due to increasing spectrum use and maneuvers by adversaries who seek to deny U.S. military systems the ability to accurately determine their position, velocity and timing. Raytheon Intelligence and Space (RI&S) creates resilient sensor and receiver solutions that keep US service members safe with real-time data and information in even the most challenging environments.
The Secure Sensor Solutions (S3) Hardware Engineering organization is seeking an Electrical Engineering Fellow experienced in the development of GPS or other RF receivers. Raytheon Engineering Fellows are respected and innovative leaders in their field with visibility and impact across the RI&S business unit. This position in the Resilient Navigation (R-NAV) Department specializes in the product development of military GPS user equipment capable of maintaining accurate position, navigation and timing despite jamming and spoofing attempts. We are responsible for the full scope of GPS Receiver product solutions, spanning architecture trades, frequency plan development, design, development, integration, deployment, and sustainment and associated integrated system verification solutions.
As the Engineering Fellow, you will research and develop highly advanced new hardware resulting in new business opportunities that directly impact program and product line results for the business. You will provide technical direction and leadership on critical programs developing and manufacturing complex state-of-the-art systems for airborne, naval, and land-based military applications. You will have the opportunity to architect the future of military GPS receivers that meet mission, cost and schedule goals. You will collaborate with customers to develop solutions that address their needs and lead multi-disciplined design teams to drive mission success. You will work closely with Systems Engineering to develop designs or upgrades based on specifications provided by our customers.
You are highly skilled in:
Mixed-signal military electronic hardware architecture and design
Development of military GPS or other receiver hardware
Innovating technical solutions to resolve issues associated with development and implementation, including miniaturizing hardware to enable new products
Signal integrity, simulation, power estimation, and worst case analysis for mixed-signal systems
Interfacing with customers and program leadership/stakeholders to drive success
Technical management and assessment of subcontracted suppliers
Mentoring junior staff, transferring knowledge, developing training materials and teaching classes
You’re a great match with:
A holistic system perspective and cross-discipline understanding of systems integrating RF, analog and digital circuits, electronics packaging, FPGAs, ASICs, firmware and software
Leading by example, possessing strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills, and developing/maintaining positive relationships & satisfaction with Program leadership (Engineering and Program Management)
Proven track record of success over the entire hardware development cycle
What’s in it for you:
You’re helping keep America’s all-volunteer service members safe and to succeed in their missions
Competitive and comprehensive pay and benefits package
Flexible work schedules, opportunities for a hybrid work arrangement (remote with occasional on-site presence), one week paid company shut down in December
Take on a valued technical leadership role in a company that values its inclusive culture
Lead challenging technical developments, pursue continued professional growth, and achieve recognition as a respected subject matter expert
Work with a S3 Leadership Team that has come up from within the product line and can relate to your work
If you are a recognized experienced professional in the design and development of receivers, exciters, local oscillators, waveform generators, FPGAs, power converters, and RF subsystems for GPS, Radar, EW, communications, and/or other receivers, then we invite you to apply.
Due to the nature of the work, we can only consider U.S. persons who are capable of obtaining U.S. DOD Secret Security Clearance within 1 year of start date. Raytheon engineering roles require a minimum Bachelor Degree in a STEM discipline, your MS is even better!
Minimum 12 years of experience designing and integrating mixed-signal (RF/Digital/Power) systems, subsystems and/or modules, particularly for military receiver applications like anti-jam GPS or radar
Expertise in RF theory/applications, receiver and exciter technologies, RF subsystem architectures and analysis including development of frequency plans
Comfortable with complex issues that span multiple domains of electrical, RF, digital and software
Significant experience in the design, integration, test, characterization and troubleshooting of RF, digital and mixed signal circuits and systems in both a factory and lab setting
Supplier collaboration and oversight experience authoring specifications and statements of work (SOW)
Demonstrated success as a proactive technical leader and mentor able to define technical solutions and break them down into tasks team members can execute
Experience with business development and technology road mapping including
Experience with technical and cost proposal preparation
Working knowledge of electronics packaging, materials and processes, and software
Strong leadership skills and project management skills with the ability to mentor junior engineers and influence other technical leaders
A teaching posture and an educator’s approach to the workplace
Very strong verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills for with working with customers, program leadership, team members and communicating to executives
25 years of directly related experience in GPS hardware system requirements, design, analysis, development and test
Ability to multi-task across multiple programs
Experience with agile hardware development approaches
Familiarity with DoD digital transformation strategy
Knowledgeable of secure systems engineering
Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited University with a major in Electrical Engineering or equivalent field
Desired Education: Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from an Accredited University.
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization.185820
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.