As a Sustaining Electrical Engineer at Dynon Avionics, you will leverage problem solving skills on a daily basis and implement appropriate countermeasures to increase customer satisfaction by increasing field reliability, reducing waste, and increasing first pass yields, across the entire line of our products. You will also apply technical writing and editing expertise by making significant contributions to our customer-facing manuals and other literature.
Candidates act as a liaison between members of cross-functional teams and must be personable and comfortable while communicating with upper management, assembly technicians, and everybody in between. Candidates must also be knowledgeable of, highly experienced in, and expected to execute tasks in the following areas.
- Power supply and mixed-signal hardware design and troubleshooting
- Technical documentation
- Environmental and reliability testing
- Test engineering
- New product introduction
- Configuration management
- Vendor interface and problem-solving
- Component obsolescence management
Candidates are also expected to manage and prioritize multiple problem solving and continuous improvement efforts based on factors such as safety, severity, and maximum return on investment.
Qualifications and Experience
- BS EE or equivalent
- 3 to 5 years design experience (e.g., DC-DC conversion, sensors, analog, digital, PCB design)
- Effective problem solving and root cause analysis skills
- Hardware design test and validation experience (Experience with RTCA- DO160 and HALT/HASS is beneficial)
- Highly motivated and able to function with minimal supervision, even when deliverables may be ambiguous
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Production test engineering experience
- Lean or Six Sigma training or background is a plus
- SMT line training or background is a plus
Dynon offers a full benefits program and a competitive salary based on ability and experience.
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