• Avionics Hardware Electrical Power Systems - Systems Engineer

    Job Locations US-WA-Kent
    Category
    New Glenn
    Job ID
    2379
  • Overview

    As part of a small, passionate and accomplished team of experts, you will support the design, development, integration, and verification of Electrical Power Systems for launch vehicles and spacecraft.  This position will directly impact the history of space exploration and will require your dedicated commitment and detailed attention towards safe and repeatable spaceflight.

    Responsibilities

    • Create and maintain budgets for tracking Electrical Power System (EPS) power, energy, power interfaces, and signal interfaces
    • Create and maintain drawings and diagrams for power distribution, system grounding and bonding
    • Preform analyses such as voltage drop/line loss, component derating/stress analysis, and worst case analysis
    • Create models and simulations of the EPS to evaluate use cases and conditions
    • Create interface definition and design specification documents from engineering documentation
    • Create and execute test plans for design and requirements verification
    • Track and evaluate system metrics
    • Create and maintain analysis tools and templates

    Qualifications

    • B.S. degree or higher in an appropriate engineering field
    • 5+ years of Systems Engineering or Analysis work on Electrical Power Systems
    • Desire to work hands-on, as part of a team, in both development and production phases of a product lifecycle
    • Experience with SPICE analysis
    • Experience using Excel, Matlab, or other scripting language for analysis review and data presentation
    • Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (current Green Card holder)

    Desired

    • Experience with analog and power electronics design
    • Experience with high voltage electronics
    • Experience testing electronics and integrated systems

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