MIT Lincoln Laboratory Assoc Staff - Electrical Engineering in Lexington, Massachusetts
Group 99—Integrated Systems and Concepts
The Integrated Systems and Concepts Group (99) builds innovative prototypes of novel electro-optic systems to address the greatest challenges facing the Department of Defense, NASA, Department of Homeland Security, and other U.S. government entities. The group maintains broad expertise in electro-optical and infrared sensors, charge-coupled devices, focal plane arrays, ground/air/space electronics, image processing, video exploitation, and low–size/weight/power optical communications systems. We have a strength in space hardware and small satellites, leveraging both commercial products and custom technology development. The group leverages this core expertise to architect, design, build, and deploy hardware and software systems in support of mission needs. Emphasis is on working closely with end users to develop enabling concepts and then building and fielding integrated systems on responsive timelines. The group seeks self-motivated engineers and scientists with multidisciplinary skill sets and a passion for prototyping systems that address critical national needs.
Group 99 - Integrated Systems & Concepts is seeking an Electrical Engineer to lead and contribute to a range of hardware prototyping efforts. The successful candidate will enjoy working the problem from end-to-end, understanding the mission needs, developing the architecture and design, driving the implementation and testing, and supporting and learning from the operators. The successful candidate will contribute directly to hands-on implementation, while working with a diverse technical team, including mechanical, electrical, and circuit board designers; fabrication and assembly specialists and technicians; electrical, mechanical, and test engineers; to complete the design, fabrication, assembly, and test of novel prototypes. The ability to adapt quickly to changing needs and to learn new subject areas and incorporate new technologies is critical to the job
MS degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or Robotics and 1 year experience. In lieu of a MS degree, a BS is acceptable with 3 years of experience.
Experience building hardware prototypes and a broad skillset in electrical engineering and hardware development.
Self-motivated individual with the demonstrated capability to excel with limited oversight while having excellent communication skills to work cooperatively in a technical team environment.
Experience performing hands-on testing and troubleshooting using typical lab equipment
Experience with embedded processors, microcontrollers, and/or FPGAs, and their development tools.
Experience using PCB design and layout tools.
Experience with space electronics and CubeSat.
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Selected candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret level DoD security clearance.
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