Lead Hardware Design Engineer

Company Name:
Adecco Government
Lead Hardware Design Engineer
Laurel, MD
Long Term W-2 Contract
2yrs+ Contract
Benefits Available
Per Government Sector, Must be a U.S. Citizen

Basic Qualifications Required:
BSEE or equivalent and minimum 5 years of experience in GSE hardware design and testing in support of aerospace hardware.
Experience in documenting requirements, generating test plans and procedures, and verifying requirements.
Experience in digital and analog circuit design for printed circuit boards (PCBs).
Experience with bench level test and debug of
Experience working with Xilinx FPGAs and design tools.
Knowledge of the VHDL programming language.
Must be able to interact effectively with board, subsystem, and spacecraft engineers.
Qualifications Desired:
Peer leadership capabilities highly desirable.
Should be able to communicate well at all levels.
Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering.

Lead the design, fabrication, and test effort for the spacecraft avionics ground support equipment (GSE). Support GSE delivery across the project. Work with board, box, subsystem, and other GSE engineers to understand test requirements. Design hardware and firmware in support of test requirements. Support flight hardware fabrication, assembly, test and debug.

Primary Responsibilities:
Lead GSE design effort for spacecraft subsystem. Design firmware, printed circuit boards and harnessing for interfacing with avionics hardware. Support GSE delivery to multiple spacecraft areas including avionics hardware, flight software, mission operations, and spacecraft integration and test.
Work with board, box, subsystem, and other GSE engineers to understand test requirements. Maintain working relationship with ground software team to develop interface functionality.
Work with engineers from other spacecraft subsystems to ensure that GSE design and functionality meets testing requirements for each level of spacecraft development through integration and test.
Support flight hardware fabrication, assembly, test and debug.

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