Sandia National Laboratories R&D Electrical Engineer - Secure Mobile Transportation (Experienced) in Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Mobile Guardian Transporter program is in the Final Design Phase and is seeking highly motivated team members. Opportunities exist for electrical engineers to join the design effort for the auxiliary systems. Auxiliary systems include transporter power, lighting, sensing, actuation, and environmental control systems.
The selected individual will be responsible for the design of auxiliary systems hardware. Specific responsibilities will include:
- Develop requirements for the power distribution modules
- Design, build and test analog power distribution system modules (some digital design may be needed)
- Develop schematics and layouts for printed wiring assemblies (PWAs)
- Develop assembly procedures for power distribution modules
- Support the design, build and test of electro-mechanical hardware and actuation systems
- Develop product specifications, test plans and procedures for evaluating and verifying performance
- Support module and system level test efforts to include test planning and execution, data collection and analysis, data storage, and generating reports
- Oversee PWA and module level testing and analysis
- Coordinate module level qualification testing with the project’s qualification team
- Plan and coordinate the integration of hardware with the test bed team
- Develop design documentation that will be provided to the production agency
- Master’s degree in electrical engineering or a relevant field and 1 year of relevant experience; OR equivalent education and experience (BS + 5 years; AS + 9 years; No degree + 13 years)
- Two years of experience in an electrical engineering design role
- Direct experience in designing electronic system hardware
- Analog circuit design experience
- Experience with power system design
- Experience integrating and testing electronics in a test bed
- Active DOE Q Clearance
The Transporter Systems Development department is responsible for executing the multi-year development effort for the next generation transporter, the Mobile Guardian Transporter, from conceptual design to production. The department works with multiple internal and external organizations as well as the NNSA customer to plan and successfully execute the program. Members of the Transporter Systems Development department are responsible for providing the programmatic, technical, and system engineering leadership for all aspects of the multi-disciplinary development effort.
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