Electrical Engineer
Bigelow Aerospace, LLC - North Las Vegas, NV

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Bigelow Aerospace is seeking an electrical engineer with experience in HW/SW design. Experience should include, design and test of analog, RF and digital/processor circuits. The successful applicant will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team developing systems for the next generation of inflatable space habitats.


US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only


Job responsibilities will include:
  • Design and development of digital/processor circuits.
  • Design of analog circuits.
  • Design/experience with RF circuits.
  • Knowledge of printed circuit boards with emphasis on isolation, EMI management, grounding, conductive heat dissipation, and minimized packaging.
  • Participation in the complete system integration as the subsystem owner.
  • Ownership throughout the entire lifecycle of the subsystem, from concept to design & development, to build-out and subsystem integration, and on to post-launch support.
  • Design of high reliability and/or long-lifetime hardware.
  • Evaluating 3rd Party Vendor subsystem components. Will additionally be responsible for generating specifications, reviewing designs, procuring components.
  • Developing documentation including test procedures, component analysis summaries, circuit schematics, and technical engineering notes. Will additionally be responsible for generating subsystem requirements and participating in overall subsystem architecture design.
  • Performing test and debugging at board, component, and subsystem levels.

Applicants should have experience and knowledge of HW/SW design, including analog, digital/processor and RF circuits . Knowledge of solar cell technologies is a plus.

Applicants should also display basic familiarity with digital electronics (e.g. microprocessors, DSPs, CPLDs, FPGAs), one or more communications protocols (e.g. Ethernet, CAN, RS422/485/232, I^2C, SPI). Experience with circuit schematic capture and simulation, as well as PCB layout, is preferred.

Special consideration will be given to applicants with additional skills / experience in design for space environments, high reliability fault tolerant systems, radiation hardening, or EMI shielding and grounding.

Applicants must be self-motivated, able to work under little supervision, able to adapt to changing design requirements, and able to easily transition between projects to meet priority shifts.


Minimum of 5 years experience with an accredited BS degree or higher in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent program.