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about 1 year ago
KBR Wyle
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Job type: Contract/Locum
Contact: No Name
Category: Electronic Engineer
Category: Engineering/Technical 
Schedule: Full-Time 
Reference ID: AERO-OK-OK-16:038

This position will be in support of multiple instrumentation, controls, power, electronics, electro-mechanical interface and analysis programs supporting our ATCALS and B-1 customers. The engineer will provide technical solutions and lead the design, integration, and installation of sustainment projects. The engineer will diagnose malfunctions in existing components and make improvements or modification to produce the desired results. The engineer will develop technical documentation and publications relating to users, systems, processes, work flows, operations, products, and services. Additionally this position responsible for creating new electrical schematics, ensuring proper system artwork generation, implementing design changes of existing products as potentially quality issues arise, addressing obsolete components, and writing Engineering Change Orders as required. 

Education/Experience:  This position requires a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering with a minimum of four  (4)  years of experience or a Masters in Electrical Engineering with minimum of  two (2) years of engineering experience.   Experience with Aerospace or ATCALS  is a definite plus.  The ideal candidate will have experience with circuit design, signal/power analysis, instrumentation, EMI/radar and programming skills.  

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  The candidate must have good oral and written communication skills.  Skills in SolidWorks and AutoCAD are also preferred. 

Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.   




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