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Senior Associate, Electrical Engineering - RT

Company:
Absolute Opportunities
Location:
Rochester, New York, United States
Posted:
November 12, 2019

Description:

Senior Associate, Electrical Engineering - RT

Rochester, New York, United States, 14614

Job Description

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with some ultra-cool people on fun and fascinating products to ensure that first responders and military personal are able to communicate successfully when they are protecting you and your country

This position is for an Entry level Electrical Engineer in the Components Engineering. The individual will work within a team environment to help analyze, select, and qualify components and technology used in the company's offerings. Investigates alternate component technologies or supplies that reduce cost, improve quality, reliability, and/or exportability and implement changes as approved. Acts as technical interface between component/production suppliers or governmental representatives and development engineers to determine alternate, approved, sources. Develops guidelines/procedures on vendor selection and classification of technology. Evaluates supplier change notification and qualifies changes, as needed. May maintain component data management system including qualification or commodity classification records/results/documentation.

Component engineering involves working with designers, manufacturers, purchasing, quality, environmental-health-safety, program management and vendors to ensure the compatibility of all components. Component engineers must consider factors of cost, time and the wishes of the client. Component engineers must possess skills to help them work with many different functional groups.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering with 2 years related experience, or AAS with 6+ years of experience in Electrical Engineering

Preferred Additional Skills:

Working knowledge of Electrical and Electrical Mechanical components

A passion, curiosity and comfort of components and technology in our industry

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite: Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Skills in general engineering

Knowledge of the principles of electronics

Knowledge of the principles of materials, materials science, physics.

Understanding of the physical makeup and behavior of metals and materials

Ability to work from a designer's specifications

Ability to work in a multi-functional team environment; communicate and collaborate within the team environment, and be open minded to discussions within the teams

Knowledge/familiarity with military and industrial specifications and standards as well as test methods as they relate to parts and materials

Familiarity with mechanical part and materials requirements

Ability to interface with suppliers and subcontractors to ensure program requirements are met

Understanding of diagrams/drawings – electrical, mechanical, circuitry – and how to interpret them

Understanding of product lifecycle management; to know when a component is going to be obsolete or to analyze the form–fit–functionality changes in the component

Researching alternate components for discontinued components.

Very good written and verbal communication skills

Willingness to be adaptable, flexible, and work on a broad number of items as needed

Ability to navigate and use different system tools: Agile, EDP, Access, IHSharr

Benefits

Full

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (Submission Summary):

1. Do you have a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering with 2 years related experience, or AAS with 6+ years of experience in Electrical Engineering?

2. Do you have Working knowledge of Electrical and Electrical Mechanical components?

3. Do you have Knowledge of the principles of electronics?

4. Working knowledge of Electrical and Electrical Mechanical components

5. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite: Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint

6. Skills in general engineering

7. Knowledge of the principles of materials, materials science, physics. Understanding of the physical makeup and behavior of metals and materials

8. Ability to work from a designer's specifications

9. Ability to work in a multi-functional team environment; communicate and collaborate within the team environment, and be open minded to discussions within the teams

10. Knowledge/familiarity with military and industrial specifications and standards as well as test methods as they relate to parts and materials

11. Familiarity with mechanical part and materials requirements

12. Ability to interface with suppliers and subcontractors to ensure program requirements are met

13. Understanding of diagrams/drawings – electrical, mechanical, circuitry – and how to interpret them

14. Understanding of product lifecycle management; to know when a component is going to be obsolete or to analyze the form–fit–functionality changes in the component

15. Researching alternate components for discontinued components.

16. Ability to navigate and use different system tools: Agile, EDP, Access, IHSharr

17. Salary Expectation?

18. . US Citizen or Green Card holder.