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We are seeking an enthusiastic well rounded Senior Embedded Systems Engineer for the Mixed-Signal Embedded Systems Group. This is an electrical design engineering position that requires the ability to apply sound engineering and project management principles for the leadership and execution of sensor/actuator development projects within the Electronics Division.
The ideal candidate is someone who works well in cross-functional teams and has systems engineering and/or integration background in electronics with experience designing complex sensors/actuators and wireless systems with low size, weight, and power requirements.
BSEE, MSEE preferred
Experience with small embedded digital / analog systems, especially low power embedded processors (ARM, DSP, MCU, etc.) high speed embedded memory interfaces such as DDR2/3, micro-SD, eMMC and standards-based digital communications protocols such as Ethernet, 802.11x, USB 2.0/3.0, etc.
Experience in the following areas is important: system integration, processor selection, analog integration, sensor design and integration, data acquisition, sampling and control theory, digital signal processing techniques and low power design
This position will require the ability to obtain a US Security Clearance. Main requirement for a security clearance is US Citizenship.