Sr. Electronic Materials Failure Analysis Engineer I or IIBusinesses Raytheon Missiles & Defense Clearance type Secret Relocation eligible Yes Ability to Telecommute Temporary telecommuting - during COVID-19 Job ID 176847BR Most Recent Date Posted 04/20/2021 City Tucson State AZ Country United States
The position requires the ability to work through each step of an analysis, from initial evaluation, photo-documentation, electrical test, destructive testing and writing a final report that substantiates any failure conclusions. The position requires being able to determine the root cause of failures using the available laboratory equipment. This includes digital photo-documentation, various electrical component test equipment, Sono-scan, SEM-EDS, and various destructive techniques.
The position requires the ability to work on several analyses in parallel. To work with members of the other sections in the department with areas of expertise in materials and chemistry. This involves teaming with them to support your analysis and to support theirs in turn. The position also requires working with Component Engineers, Program Chief Engineers, and Failure Investigation Teams / Failure Review Boards (FIT / FRB). This may also require periodic presentations to these entities or even Program / Missile Systems management. This position requires periodic travel
NOTE: This position can be Salary Grade G09 (Senior Multi-Disciplined Engineer II) or Salary Grade G10 (Principal Multi-Disciplined Engineer) based upon the applicant’s qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements of the position.
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.
Required Experience, Skills and Education:
- For, Sr. Multi-Disciplined Engineer II - Six (6) years of experience in the analysis of microcircuits, active or passive electrical components.
- For, Principal Multi-Disciplined Engineer - Eight (8) years of experience in the analysis of microcircuits, active or passive electrical components.
- Experience with electronic component failure analysis
- Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Material Science, Physics other related science or engineering field
- U.S. Citizenship is required
- Master’s degree in one of the following engineering disciplines: Electrical Engineering, or Material Science or Physics with experience in component failure analysis
- 10 plus years of direct related experience in the analysis of microcircuits, active or passive electrical components
- Knowledge of Government Component Documents i.e. MIL-STD, MIL-PRF, and MIL-HDBK specifications, and associated QPLs and QMLs. (MIL-STDs 750 / 883, MIL-PRF 38534, 38534, 19500, 1580 etc.)
- Knowledge of the testing of RF devices and interconnects
- Data collection and presentation skills to write a cogent report, supporting the analysis conclusion and if necessary present the data and findings
- Ability to effectively work parallel analyses
- Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite
- Familiarity with component data sheets and drawings
- Experience with electrical test equipment such as (DMM, Curve Tracer, Parametric Analyzers, etc.)
- Technical working knowledge of electronic component parts and their application
- Knowledge of reading electrical schematics and circuit analysis
- Advanced degree in aforementioned disciplines. ABET is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard
Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.