Electrical Development Engineer III/IV

Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company (EBA&D) is a leader in energetic system solutions offered to aerospace and defense customers for a wide array of applications.? EBA&D products & capabilities set the U.S. standard and are highly sought after in the international community.?
EBA&D seeks an accomplished engineer for the position Electrical?Development Engineer III/IV, reporting to the Product Development Manager ? Aerospace and Defense.


The Development Engineer (DE) is the technical lead on internal and external projects and is responsible for all technical aspects of the project/product from concept/bid & proposal through development, qualification and into production. Primary duties include:

  • Circuit design and analysis (analog and digital)

  • Technical compliance & risk assessment

  • Requirements generation & verification/validation

  • Cost estimating

  • Trade studies for technical decision making

  • Mentoring less experienced team members

  • Product test & troubleshooting

A BS/MS in an Engineering discipline (Electrical) is preferred and 10+ years of experience preferably in the Aerospace & Defense field with at least 5 years of circuit design.

Desired experience includes:

  • Circuit Design

    • Analog

    • Digital

    • Simulation

    • Schematic capture

    • PCB layout and routing

  • Circuit Analysis

    • Part stress analysis

    • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

    • Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)

    • Bent Pin Analysis (BPA)

    • Reliability Analysis

  • Program Cost Estimating

  • Failure Analysis

Desired skills include:

  • Altium Designer

  • C, C++ or C# Programming Languages

  • Technical Procedure & Report Writing

Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company (EBAD) is an EO Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other protected class.


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