Electrical Engineer

Updated: 4 months ago
Location: Boulder, COLORADO

Electrical Engineer - 08779 
Research Faculty 

Description

 

Position Summary:

 

Experienced Electrical Engineer with capabilities in digital and analog design, layout and test.

 

 

Job Duties Responsibilities:

 


  • Systems development ﴾taking an instrument from concept to delivery﴿.

  • Support development of NASA instrumentation including electronics design in both the digital and analog domains.

  • Specifically looking for someone with experience developing around various detector systems, and moving from low level analog into the digital domain.

  • Broad responsibilities include design, board layout ﴾including signal integrity issues with high speed logic and also lowlevel analog﴿, and test.

  • Circuit analysis including PSpice and/or LTSpice.

  • Parts Stress Analysis and part derating.

  • Cognizant engineer for the entire life cycle of boards and systems.

 

Qualifications

 

Required Qualifications:

 

Minimum Qualifications:  

B.S. or higher degree in electrical/electronic engineering and computer

science/engineering.

 

Required Competencies, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

 


  • Analog and digital circuit design, with emphasis in working with detector systems.

  • Knowledge of operation of electronic test equipment ﴾DMMs, power supplies, oscilloscopes, etc.﴿.

  • Strong debugging skills and be proficient at diagnosing problems at the interface level of a complex spacecraft environment.

  • Understanding of communications protocols ﴾e.g., SpaceWire, custom LVDS synchronous serial interfaces, RS422 asynchronous interfaces, and TCP I/P﴿.

  • Experience working with flight hardware and developing all the processes necessary for designing, building and testing NASA flight hardware.

  • Microsoft office, Verilog and/or VHDL, exposure to scripting languages ﴾Python, Perl, CSTOL﴿, Matlab.

  • Ability to work well in a team environment. Present findings at meetings and in presentations.

  • Familiarity with NASA EEE Parts Selection, and experience with EEEINST002.

  • Knowledge of IPC 601x, 222x, JSTD001ES, and NASA 8739.x documents.

Due to U.S. Export Control Regulations, only U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents may apply.

 

Desired Qualifications:

 


  • Previous experience in the design and analysis of spacecraft and flight instrument electrical and electronic systems is highly desired.

  • Programming of various test equipment protocols, whether C, C++, Labview, etc.

  • Creating system diagrams and drawings in Visio or similar software.
 
  
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Job Category
: Faculty 
Primary Location
: Boulder 
Department: B0001 -- Boulder Campus - 10060 - Lab Atmos/Space Physics 
Schedule
: Full-time 
Posting Date
: Mar 16, 2017 
Closing Date
: Ongoing 
Posting Contact Name: Freya Olson 
Posting Contact Email: hrads@lasp.colorado.edu 
Position Number: 00732177
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