Qualified Candidates will have:
Bachelor's Degree in a technical discipline, Computer Science or Computer Engineering preferred, or equivalent work experience.
2+ years of hardware design and/or test experience
2+ years of experience in digital design development implementation & debug
Working knowledge of digital control interfaces such as Ethernet, USB, SPI, I2C or RS-232. Experience interfacing with microprocessors, memory and peripherals.
Hands on experience in design/troubleshoot/updating hardware.
Experience with Advanced Electronic Protection Techniques and Technology
Experience with Broadband/Multispectral Components and Systems
Experience with Modular/Open/Reconfigurable Architectures
Experience with Cognitive/Adaptive Capabilities
Experience with Distributed/Coordinated/Net-Enabled Systems
Experience with board level architecture, PCB design, implementation, and validation of hardware systems.
Experience developing automatic test systems
Experience using high speed transceivers, advanced memory interfaces, DSP resources, and internal memory
Experience in the Windows and Linux environments.
Strong hardware debugging skills and root-cause failure analysis.
Write and execute test plans; identify, create, test, and debug hardware solutions for product design verification.
Knowledge of analog and digital interfaces, High Speed board-level design
Software programming experience in C, C++, C# or other languages a plus.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
Strong attention to detail, highly organized, computer literate
Ability to work well in a fast-paced professional office environment
Ability to maintain a Secret security clearance
This position requires the selected candidate to hold an active Department of Defense Secret level security clearance which requires US citizenship while working in support of a government contract.