Raytheon is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world.
Headquartered in Waltham, MA, Raytheon employs 72,000 people world-wide and generated $25 billion in 2010 sales.
Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) is the world's largest developer, producer and integrator of weapon systems. With a strong international and domestic customer base, including the U.S. Missile Defense Agency, all
armed forces, and allied forces of more than 40 countries.
RMS provides integrated and innovative weapon system solutions.
Headquartered in Tucson, AZ, RMS employs over 12,400 people and generated $5.7 billion in 2010 sales.
Bring your talent and skills to the following RMS organization:
Raytheon Missile Systems Engineering provides engineering design, integration and cradle-to grave support to Missiles, Smart munitions, Projectiles, Kinetic kill vehicles, and Directed energy weapons with combat system competencies including process and control, integration and test, power systems, multiple system electronics, receivers and exciters, antennas and microwave subassemblies.
Perform Applications Engineering Parts Management tasks supporting programs in the proposal, SDD, LRIP, production and support phases, through interface with Designers, Product Development Engineering, ECAD, Program management, and other Disciplines.
Determine Program Statement of Work (SOW) and other defined customer parts application requirements.
Determine Program part environmental / characteristic application requirements.
Provide technology insertion and standardization guidance within business and part parametric requirements and circuit application constraints.
Interface with multiple internal stakeholders and external suppliers to develop component risk and verification delineation.
Create component verification data packages with supporting data.
Provide applications engineering support to multiple Program Integrated Product Teams (IPT's.)
Facilitate Parts Selection and Libraries application through the coordination and generation of the Program Bill of Material (BOM) in a collaboration toolset.
Presentation of parts standardization, Design Library, Obsolescence Management and Termination Finish Risk results in support of Program Preliminary and Critical Design Reviews (PDR’s / CDR’s.)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering.
Four years of technical working knowledge of electronic components, e.g., semiconductor, passive and/or electromechanical commodities and their application.
Complete understanding with wide application of technical theories and concepts in relation to electronic components and parts management fields. Previous experience with Parts Standardization and technology insertion within the Design process.
Experience with the development of associated component data / drawings and the judgment / determination of part applications that meet long term business needs.
Effective communication and the ability to work with and take directions from Functional Management, and Parts IPT's for multiple programs.
Working knowledge of Parts Obsolescence Management methodologies.
Ability to navigate multiple complex processes and tools.
- In depth technical working knowledge of electronic components, e.g., semiconductor, passive and/or electromechanical commodities and their application.
- Working knowledge of component failure modes, component reliability, MIL specs and standards. Significant experience with Parts Standardization application within the Design process.
- Working knowledge of component selection, screening, qualification, and derating for use in military, and aerospace flight applications.
- Knowledge of analog design and analysis, general knowledge of digital circuitry and interfaces.
- Knowledge and use of lab common equipment (oscilloscopes, network analyzer, etc).
- Knowledge of electronics manufacturing processes and test equipment.
Ability to effectively multi-task.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- Self-starter that knows when to ask questions or ask for help.
An Interim Secret clearance will be required in order to start work.
Working knowledge of Parts Application methodologies and constraints in an exoatmospheric environment.
Active electronic circuit design experience.
Troubleshooting and diagnosis of electrical circuit failures.
Mentor Graphics Design Architect and circuit simulation/analysis tools (PSPICE, Analog Workbench)
Access database development experience
Current Department of Defense Security Clearance.
Required Education (including Major):
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, or Electronic Engineering
Raytheon is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, or Vietnam era, or other eligible veteran status, or any other protected factor.
Business Unit Profile
Raytheon Missile Systems
- 2010 sales: $5.7 billion
- 12,400 employees
- Headquartered in Tucson, Arizona
- World's largest developer, producer and integrator of weapon systems
- More than 1 million missiles produced since 1954
- Broad weapons portfolio
- Smart munitions
- Kinetic kill vehicles
- Directed energy weapons
- Customers: All U.S. military services; allied forces of more than 40 countries
- Strong commitment to the global marketplace
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