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Product Engineer

Position Summary

The Product Engineer is a member of the Engineering team and is responsible for ensuring the success of the product during its manufacturing lifecycle. As a part of the Product Engineering team, you are responsible for sustaining production efforts of A/V equipment, LCD monitors, and Cabin Management Systems. 

 Tools Used: 

  • ECAD and MCAD tools; Altium Designer; SolidWorks suite; LVDS, HD-SDI, HDMI/DVI, DisplayPort, etc. and analog or S/PDIF audio.

 Communication Standards: 

  • Circuit-level communications buses including SPI, UART/RS-232/RS-485, and USB; system-level communications including CAN, CAN-FD, USB, RS-232/RS-485, and ARINC-429.

 Duties/Responsibilities

  • Works as part of the Engineering team in evaluation, integration, and incorporation of replacement parts, usually for obsolescence, on electronics-based products. Incorporation of changes via formalized ECO process.
  • Helps to develop manufacturing processes, test procedures and specialized test equipment.
  • Utilizes understanding of electronics failure analysis and proven technical communication to troubleshoot and correct faults.
  • Assess and maintain circuit-level communications buses including SPI< UART/RS-232/RS-485, and USB. Understanding of system-level communications including CAN, CAN-FD, USB, RS-232/RS-485, and ARINC-429.
  • Thinks creatively by demonstrating proactivity toward design roadblocks. 
  • Monitor trends and contribute to the success that directly impacts next-generation designs.
  • Work in harmony with the design, manufacturing, and quality groups to keep operations running smoothly.
  • Incorporate improvements in key measurement areas, such as speed, cost, quality, and productivity via ECO process.
  • Assesses and makes recommendations for technical tradeoffs while understanding the implications to the product and to the customer.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Requirements

Education/Experience

  • BS in Electrical Engineering or similar discipline.
  • Plus a minimum of 2 to 6 years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Detailed understanding of electronics failure analysis and proven technical communication.
  • Development of manufacturing processes, test procedures, and specialized test equipment.
  • Detailed understanding of video, including LVDS, HD-SDI, HDMI/DVI, DisplayPort, etc. and analog or S/PDIF audio.
  • Strong collaboration skills with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must possess a strong analytical and problem solving skillset, and exhibit effective time management and task ownership on their assignments
  • Must be able to read and interpret hardware design documents, schematics and wiring diagrams
  • Working knowledge of electronic tools, including multimeters, oscilloscopes, analyzers, etc. is a must.
  • Experience with the test and diagnosis of video displays as it pertains to contrast, luminance, non-uniformity, and LED backlighting is a bonus.
  • Understanding of circuit-level communications buses including SPI, UART/RS-232/RS-485, and USB.  Understanding of system-level communications including CAN, CAN-FD, USB, RS-232/RS-485, and ARINC-429.
  • Experience within an electronics manufacturing environment is a must.
  • Experience developing within an avionics environment is a plus.

Computer Skills

  • SolidWorks® experience is a plus. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite of products.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  • This position typically does not have supervisory responsibilities. 
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