Electrical Engineer

Electrical Engineer         PAE ISR is looking for a Sr Electrical Engineer to support design and integration tasks on a Group 3 Unmanned Aerial System (UAS). Essential Duties: Evaluate electrical systems, products, components, and applications by designing and conducting research programs. Confirm system's and components' capabilities by designing testing methods. Assure product quality by designing electrical testing methods and testing finished products and system capabilities. Develop Test Plans, conduct testing and provide detailed test reports. Design all relevant electrical assemblies such as harnesses, power distribution units, and interface boards. Integrate new sensor technologies. Develop and maintain power budgets. Select electrical components and electronics assuring compliance with specifications and product requirements. Interact with mechanical engineers during the design phase of the product for proper electrical layout. Support Preliminary and Critical Design Reviews. Provide Systems Engineering documentation, including System Requirements Specifications, Interface Control Documents, and System Design Documents. Manage requirements (MIL Spec and Commercial) and compliance with specifications Support Project Management with technical oversight, interfacing with customers, and resolving difficult technical issues Provide technical support to Customers throughout the life of the product. Minimum Qualifications: M.S. or B.S. in Electrical Engineering Minimum 5 years' experience in a related field Preferred Skills: Working knowledge of MIL Spec EMI/EMC requirements Proficient computer skills including MS Office and Visio R0025597
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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