Irvine, CA 92612 US
Summary: The main function of an electrical engineer is to design, develop, test or supervise the manufacturing and installation of electrical equipment, components, or systems for commercial, industrial, military or scientific use. A typical electrical engineer has the ability to make engineering drawings, and read and interpret blueprints.
Job Responsibilities: Design, develop, and test the manufacture of electrical equipment, including machinery controls, wiring, and lighting. Evaluate the cost effectiveness, reliability and safety of certain design models. Estimate time and cost to complete projects. Simulate and test machine/structure/system operation. Investigate and test vendors’ and competitors’ products.
Skills: Creativity, verbal and written communication skills, analytical and problem solving ability. Team player and detail oriented. Ability to make sketches, engineering drawings and common computations. Ability to perform details calculations to compute and establish manufacturing, construction and installation standards and specifications. Ability to apply principles of electrical theory to engineering projects. Previous experience with computer applications and design software related to engineering field.
Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree in engineering required. 2-4 years experience required
. The EMC Engineer will work as a team member to fulfill all necessary tasks related to the prequalification and qualification of IFE LRU. This includes definition of setup and functional test procedure, writing the Electromagnetic Qualification Test Procedure and Qualification Test report.
During prequalification and Qualification complete all EMC related testing. The EMC Engineer will need to conduct the Qualification testing per all requirements operating all Electromagnetic testing equipment. This includes using DMM, Oscilloscopes, Current Probes, Power Supplies, LCR meters, Signal Generators, RF Analyzers, RF Current probes, Antenna’s and Amplifiers. On completion of the Qualification Test the EMC Engineer will generate the EMI Qualification Test Report including compiling power input and emissions data into tables and charts with detailed testing logs.