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Buena Park, CA
Esterline Technologies Corporation
Electrical Engineer, Esterline Power Systems - North America
Esterline welcomes people who share our determination and high standards to join us in doing work that moves the world forward. We design, manufacture, and market highly engineered products and systems principally for the aerospace and defense markets. Esterline Power Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Esterline, has a long established role as a relay supplier. Esterline Power Systems is known for design excellence and commitment to quality and reliability since 1919. Esterline Power Systems equipment and components are used on thousands of aerospace, military, rail and high-end industrial applications worldwide in the most severe environments.
Esterline Power Systems, a subsidiary of Esterline Technologies Corporation
Number of Employees:
Title: Electrical Engineer
Job Family: Engineering
Reports to: Engineering Manager
Works with: Everyone in engineering
Location: Buena Park, CA, USA
Type: Full Time
The Electrical Engineer is responsible for the development of aircraft AC and DC power distribution subsystems and for the integration of power switching devices and smart electronic power sensors. Power switching components include AC and DC contactors, relays and solid state controllers (FET and IGBT technology). Smart electronics devices include current and voltage sensors as well as system level smart controllers.
The engineer will perform component selection, design and design analysis meet the de-rating factors per requirements. The engineer will be responsible for preparing sketches, block diagrams, wiring and system schematics and documentation of the test results. The engineer will supervise and work with Engineering Technician to test and evaluate the design.
Review and validate customer’s requirements.
Decompose System Level Requirements into Subsystem and Component level Requirements.
Design and develop electronic components and equipment.
Perform component selection, schematic capture, design analysis, stress analysis.
Perform design verification testing.
Develop test plan for manufacturing test procedures.
Prepare Bill of Material and Assembly drawings for designs.
Coordinate product transition from engineering to operations.
Coordinate design activities on assigned projects in a multi-disciplinary team.
Perform other duties as required.
Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above.
Understand and live by Esterline’s ethics and business conduct policies
A Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year University
in Electrical Engineering required.
Minimum 7 years' Electrical Engineering experience in a manufacturing environment, Aerospace preferred.
Minimum 3 years’ experience with power electronics and analog designs.
Minimum 2 years’ experience Altium schematic capture tools.
Experience in performing circuit analysis for worst case stress and failure modes.
Experience with power MOSFET circuit design for 115 VAC and 270 VDC power systems
Familiar in handling high power testing and instrumentation.
Excellent in technical writing skills.
Excellent computer skills.
Experience in design in multi-disciplinary team.
Pragmatic thinker able to prioritize and mitigate risks
Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering
Familiar with Solid State Power Controller Devices.
Familiar with PCB floor plan to comply with EMC/EMI requirements.
Familiar with DOORS (requirement management software).
Familiar with electro-mechanical technologies
Familiar with aerospace standard requirements
Demonstrated ability in the Esterline competencies for this position are as follows: Customer Focus, Problem Solving, Listening, Action Oriented, Composure, Integrity and Trust. This position also requires Functional/Technical Skill, Values Diversity and must possess a high level of Ethics and Values.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minority/Female/Disability/Protected Vet
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