Research Support Instruments, located in the DC area, is looking for an Electrical Engineer interested in the design, development, integration, and testing of space-based electrical systems. The candidate should be a multidisciplinary individual with interests in multiple aspects of electrical systems. This position will be supporting NASA, NRL,, and RSI programs performing systems concept development, design, analyses, hardware development, I&T, operations, and data analysis (complete spaceflight instrument hardware lifecycle).
Desired attributes include a basic understanding of analog, digital, control signal, and power systems knowledge. Additionally, the ability to design, conduct, and analyze EMI/EMC tests is important. Flight instrument design and analysis experience is required along with the use of electrical CAD development software, I&T experience (test facility certification), lab testing, lab hardware development and calibration. Must be a hands-on person and enjoy working in the lab.
The individual must be capable of communicating effectively with other subsystem leads (Optical, Mechanical, Thermal, Software, etc.) as well as discipline engineers working on other elements of the electrical subsystem.
BS or MS Degree in Electrical Engineering is required. Experience (including undergraduate efforts) in aerospace hardware is a definite plus.
US Citizen is required and candidate must be capable of obtaining a clearance (having an existing Secret or TS-SCI is optimal).