Raytheon Technologies Electrical Engineer II - Digital Power Design in Tucson, Arizona
We are Raytheon Missiles and Defense (RMD), a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, security and civil markets, where you’ll be part of a diverse global team working together to solve some of the most demanding challenges on the planet.
We are seeking a professional engineer to assume a key role within the Low Voltage Power Products Department (LVPPD) .
Do you enjoy power converter design, including digital power converter design?
Do you have a strong desire to work on projects that are critical to the defense of our nation?
If your answers are yes, we are looking for you to join our team. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, as well as a comprehensive relocation package.
JOB DESCRIPTION/KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Design, analyze, simulate, and test power conversion circuitry potentially utilizing any standard non-isolated power conversion topologies (buck, boost, buck-boost). Gain experience with non-isolated topology design.
Guide Electronic Computer-Aided Design (ECAD) personnel through PWB layout of power circuitry and technical drawing creation.
Work to further our department’s mastery of digital power conversion concepts, and help develop related best practices.
Perform design work within the bounds of a given schedule.
Present reviews of technical data to program leadership and technical staff.
Note: This position can be an Electrical Engineer II or Sr. Electrical Engineer I based upon the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements of the position.
Must have professional design and analysis experience with one or more of the following non-isolated converter topologies: buck, boost, buck-boost.
Must have analog circuitry simulation and test experience. Experiences specific to power conversion are preferred.
Must have professional design and analysis experience with analog electronics, including at least two of the following: FET/BJT logic level, op-amp, high/low/bandpass filters, clock/data termination, and comparator circuits.
Must have conceptual familiarity (professional experience preferred) with guiding Electronic Computer-Aided Design (ECAD) personnel through PWB layout of power circuitry and technical drawing creation.
Must have conceptual familiarity (professional experience preferred) with designing to meet concerns of adjacent disciplines, such as thermal, structural, mechanical, reliability, and quality.
Must have professional design and analysis experience with digital power converter design. This includes familiarity with embedded systems architecture and firmware development for digitally controlled power supplies.
REQUIRED EDUCATION/WORK EXPERIENCE/ATTRIBUTES
Must have a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from an accredited University, with a minimum of 2 years of professional experience. Accredited Mathematics and Physics BS degrees may also qualify with relevant experience.
Must be a U.S. citizen with the ability to obtain a Department of Defense issued Secret Security Clearance within one year of hire.
Must be a self-starter, a quick learner, be able to function in a dynamic environment, and have good time management skills.
Must have strong teaming skills, and good communication skills.
Must be customer-focused.
Conceptual familiarity (professional experience preferred) with wide bandgap devices (SiC, GaN) in power electronics designs.
Professional experience with circuit simulator SIMPLIS, system simulator SABER, and/or analysis tool Mathcad.
Professional experience with Mentor Graphics DxDesigner, and/or Hyperlynx.
Experience with military specifications.
Experience with transformer and inductor design considerations.
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.