Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
3/20/2017
Job Category:
Engineering
Entry Level Electrical Design Engineer
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General Atomics | San Diego, CA
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Job Description

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), an affiliate of General Atomics, is a world leader in proven, reliable Unmanned Aircraft Systems and tactical reconnaissance radars, as well as advanced high-resolution surveillance systems.

We have an exciting career opportunity for an Entry Level Electrical Design Engineer in the Electrical Engineer Department.

Duties & Responsibilities

Under general supervision with limited review, this position supports the design and development of advanced electrical components, equipment and systems for unmanned air vehicles. Assignments are normally accompanied by general instructions and suggestions, outlining possible approaches, sources or information.

* Responsible for analog, digital and power conversion circuit design with appropriate analysis and/or CAD modeling.
* Responsible for control schemes, analog, digital or software, magnetic and electric machine design and/or specification, EMI design, thermal analysis and packaging.
* Documentation necessary to support production (i.e. test procedures, records, bill of materials, ICD's, SCD's, ECO's and production support) and training.
* Required to provide field support as needed.
* Typically requires a bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering or a related technical discipline from an accredited institution.
* Must have a basic understanding of engineering concepts, principles, and theory. Demonstrates the ability to follow and apply basic engineering knowledge, adapt standard techniques, and utilize the required diagnostics, tools and equipment, while ensuring safety and regulatory compliance.
* Must have basic understanding and experience programming embedded microcontrollers, CPLDs, or FPGAs.