Solidus Technical Solutions, Inc. Electrical Engineer in Lexington, Massachusetts
Solidus is searching for an Electrical Engineer.
The successful candidate will join a group that is focused on the synthesis of dynamic and complex control and autonomous systems, from concept to realization, for a wide variety of prototypes. Prototype applications span various mission areas, such as space control; air, missile and maritime defense; communication and tactical systems; homeland protection; and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems.
The group has expertise in dynamic stabilization and platform control; advanced autonomy; pointing, acquisition, and tracking; guidance; navigation and estimation; robotics; mapping; intra- and inter-system planning (e.g., swarming); demanding real-time embedded software and firmware control; image processing; machine learning; human-machine interaction; space-qualified electronics; and analog and power electronics. Applied research and development projects include space optical payloads, small satellites, airborne laser radars and imaging systems, and autonomous air, ground, and maritime systems.
Perform digital circuit design for control and telemetry applications in all physical environments including undersea, ground, and space
Work specific circuit applications to include microprocessors, micro-controllers, amplifier controllers, and front-end boards with software, firmware, and cabling
Define the system architecture, grounding scheme, and requirements based on high-level system requirements and the overall design
All aspects of test for control and autonomous systems; define automated testing strategies
Prototype module construction oversight
Refine electronics architecture to find SWaP efficiencies
Define content of command and telemetry databases
Perform system trades on possible implementations
Perform electronics design and implementation with documentation
Detailed electronic circuit design and parts selection
Printed circuit board schematic capture & simulation (Mentor Graphics)
Board layout oversight; Board-level test and debugging
Firmware and real-time software
Subassembly electrical design
Active Top Secret Clearance
MS + 3 years of experience or BS +5 years of experience
Hands-on real-world experience with the following is required:
Architecting, implementation, documentation, and testing experience for digital electronics design, firmware programing using VHDL or Verilog, and micro-controller programming
Specifying electronic cables with signal integrity considerations
Specifying circuit & system-level grounding and shielding
Familiarity with various types of laboratory instrumentation, including oscilloscopes, waveform function generators, logic analyzers, frequency counters, and meters
Experience with design and analysis tools: Mentor Graphics schematic capture
Hands-on experience and a strong desire to work on all aspects of electronic system prototype development including architecting, design, analysis, implementation, integration, and test in a laboratory setting of all of the above
Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to work in a team-oriented environment with minimal supervision
Embedded real-time software development including C/C++, Python, or ROS.
Analog circuit design, implementation, and testing
Matlab, Simulink, PSpice, EMI/EMC, discrete power electronics
Motor drivers, power conversion, high current amplifiers, trans-impedance amplifiers, diode current drivers and regulators, battery conditioning and charging, and various other electromagnetic loads.
Applicants selected must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. U.S. Citizenship may be required. Solidus is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. NOTICE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, DISABLED VETERANS AND OTHER PROTECTED VETERANS. It is the policy of this Company to seek and employ qualified individuals at all locations and facilities, and to provide equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees in recruiting, hiring, placement, training, compensation, insurance, benefits, promotion, transfer, and termination. To achieve this, we are dedicated to taking affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans, and other protected veterans. The objective in adopting the Affirmative Action Programs is to place qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans and other protected veterans in all job classifications. These Affirmative Action Programs are available for inspection by any applicant or employee by contacting the Company's EEO Coordinator, in the Human Resources office, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.