Raytheon’s Electrical Design Directorate (EDD) provides engineering design, integration, test and production to core radar, sonar, torpedo and combat system competencies including process and control, integration and test, power systems, torpedo and sonar electronics, receivers and exciters, antennas, and microwave subassemblies. Opportunities currently exist within the following EDD departments: Antenna & Microwave, Microelectronics Engineering and Technology, Power and Electronic Systems, Receiver, Exciter and Signal Processing, Ship and Torpedo Electronics, Test Development Electrical Engineer I or II Job Description: The newly hired Electrical Engineer researches, develops, designs and tests electrical (Analog, Power, RF/Microwave, and/or Digital) components, equipment, systems, sub-systems, and networks for defense, commercial, industrial, domestic and foreign purposes. Applications include, but are not limited to, radar, missile, ship systems electronics, torpedoes, and communication systems. The tasks may include laboratory integration, test and evaluation, and fault isolation of prototype hardware.|
The engineer may also support system studies, analyses, and simulations from concept through detailed design and production. New engineers will work with and will be mentored by senior engineers. Possible focus areas: Antenna Design – Radiating Elements, Reflectors, Feedhorns, Radomes/Frequency Selective Surfaces, Simulation and Layout, Antenna Test Antenna Systems – Antenna System Analysis, Array Analysis, Electromagnetic Analysis, Array Calibration and BITE, Signal Level, Assembly, Integration and Test Antenna/Microwave Subsystems – Phased Array Subsystems, High Power Subsystems, Antenna Subsystems, Signal Level Analysis, Subsystem Integration and Test Mixed Signal Design – Receiver A/D Converters, Direct Digital Converters, Receiver D/A Converters, Digital Waveform Generators, Mixed Signal CCAs, Mixed Signal Modules and Subsystems Digital Hardware – Subsystem/Module Digital Circuits, FPGA/ASICs, Mixed Process/Photonics/Sensors, COTS systems, COTS Interfaces, Subsystem Development, VME/PCI interfaces Digital Systems, System Trades, Architecture, Embedded Processing Software Design – Real-time Signal Processing, Embedded Software, High Speed Computing hardware and software Receiver & Exciter (REX) Design – REX System Analysis, Exciter Design, Receiver Design, Low Noise Sources, Simulation and Modeling, Metrology, Integration and Test RF/Microwave Design – Simulation and Layout, Passive Circuits, Amplifiers, Ferrites, Component Test, Material Characterization, Module Design and Test, RF ICs, MMICs Perform measurements on state-of-the-art microwave circuits and devices for the purpose of characterization and modeling. Semiconductors –Transistor device physics and design; compound semiconductor processing and manufacturing; materials and materials growth (Including GaAs and GaN ), reliability of devices and materials; testing, characterization and development.
Servo Control Design Power Conversion – AC/DC, DC/DC and DC/AC, Linear and Switching Supplies, PFC, ZVS, ACS and Resonant Circuits, Synchronization, Noise Controls Power Design – Filter, Harmonic Control, EMI, Circuit Simulation, Magnetic Design, Overload, Short Circuit, Stress Analysis Power Distribution – Ground, Air, Shipboard, and Space, Line Voltage, High Current, Low Voltage, Micro-Power, DC, AC, Multi-Phase Power Control, Fault Reporting, Isolation, Protection Circuits, Redundant Systems Power System Design – Power System Noise, System Simulation and Modeling, Solid State Transmitters, Tube Transmitters, High Voltage Design, Power Sources, Generators Test Development – Hardware and/or Software Test Program Set generation, for testing radar, communication, missile, combat control systems, subsystems and components for various IDS programs Research and Development – Emerging Technologies, Wafer Fabrication, Process Design, Reliability testing This position requires the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. (Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. The Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (DISCO) an agency of the Department of Defense, handles and adjudicates the security clearance process. Security clearance factors include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and drug involvement.
Employment is contingent on other factors, including, but not limited to, background checks and drug screens. ). – U.S . Citizenship status is required as this position will need a U.S.
Security Clearance within 1 year of start date . Do you have this Basic Qualification? Candidates must be currently enrolled in a BS or MS degree program (or completed a degree no more than 18 months prior to start date) with an emphasis in Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or related engineering or science curriculum. Candidate must also have the a bility to obtain a security clearance.
– U.S . Citizenship is required. Do you have any of the following Desired Qualifications? GPA of 3.0 or higher MS Degree (would be a plus) Customer focus and collaboration skills Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong analytical skills Experience with hardware/software design for embedded control Experience with VHDL or Verilog Exposure to Electromagnetic simulation tools such as Ansoft HFSS, HP ADS, and analytical tools such as MatLab/Simulink Familiarity with simulation and CAD tools is a plus Knowledge of MS Office or other presentation tools One or more of the following courses: Microwave/RF Engineering, Electromagnetic Theory, Antenna Theory, Communications, Power Electronics Design, Digital Design, Digital Signal Processing, Control Systems Design Previous internship or co-op with a defense contractor and/or government agency Some project work or co-op/intern experience in control systems design, digital design, Power or Analog design, antenna or RF/Microwave design, analysis or simulation Willingness to travel for company business to non-Raytheon facilities Be a key contributor to our Electrical Design team… Members of the Electrical Design Directorate hold key roles in all of Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) programs.
The work performed in the Electrical Design Directorate falls within many different categories. An example of the work that is performed within one of the departments in this directorate is working with phased array antenna design teams who analyze array performance, examine time side lobes, noise figure, noise floor, and other parameters. This would require someone that is familiar with numerical modeling techniques and tools so that they could determine the impact of array performance on radar or communication system performance. Working in this directorate involves close cooperation and communication with other engineering disciplines including systems, mechanical, and software.
Engineers in this directorate also follow through their designs into production supporting manufacturing operations and system integration and test functions. Teamwork, trust and accurate results are essential to the success of working within the Electrical Design Directorate. 90416