KBR Electronics Box Engineer in Laurel, Maryland
Electronics Box Engineer
KBR employees are playing critical roles in the development of the next generation of space flight hardware. We are looking for motivated and highly capable Electrical Engineers with spaceflight experience to work with our partners at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Fulton, MD to support the Dragonfly (https://dragonfly.jhuapl.edu/) mission.
We are looking to grow our staff by adding a Electronics Box Engineer to occupy a full-time position at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL). APL will consider selection of a Deputy Lead for the right candidate lacking the final bit of relevant experience.
Must be U.S. Citizen
Develop requirements for electronics box, printed circuit boards, and FPGAs in the rotor drive electronics box.
Develop and coordinate internal and external electrical interfaces.
Coordinate work package updates (cost, schedule) with program financial staff.
Work with component and radiation engineers to identify appropriate flight parts for the mission.
Work with planners to track parts status through the procurement/receiving/kitting process.
Lead test system development; establish test requirements, and ground support equipment needs.
Coordinate/participate in derating and worst-case analyses.
Required Education, Experience, & Skills:
BS in Electrical or Aerospace Engineering or similar
5 + years of related experience
Spacecraft power electronics flight unit development experience is required
Experience with unit level (and below) requirements flow/development
Previous experience with electronics packaging engineers
Familiar with spacecraft electronics environmental requirements, EMI/EMC, and radiation hardening
- 7 + years of related experience preferred
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