Lockheed Martin Design Engineer, Harness and Cabling in Littleton, Colorado
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Selected candidate will be performing electrical/mechanical engineering design tasks relating to wire harness/cable design and interconnecting of electronic equipment. Candidate should have knowledge of M-CAD and E-CAD tools, excellent written and verbal communications skills, and ability to work in a flexible and dynamic team environment. Areas of responsibilities include: detailed component performance spec (PS) and Interface Control Drawing (ICD) interpretation, including assembly manufacturing drawings, parts lists, cable design, and engineering change support. Support program planning from a cost, technical and schedule perspective, conceptual design, trade studies, drawing generation and documentation release, and testing requirements. Selected candidate will also interface with other disciplines, such as Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Quality to ensure program requirements are being met. Candidate will perform various duties including developing cabling and harness designs; investigating design factors such as equipment or part availability, manufacturability, ease of assembly, weight and cost; evaluating vendor designs; developing and maintaining all assembly and test documentation; trouble shooting and correcting anomalies and discrepant hardware. Successful candidate will also participate in failure investigation teams. Candidate must provide support to both in-house and outside cable manufacture and fabrication. Available to work off shifts, weekends, and/or holidays, if required to maintain schedules.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 2 years of professional experience; or no experience required with a related Masters degree. Considered experienced, but still a learner.
Demonstrated experience in high reliability electrical/mechanical design engineering, including wire harness/cable design and electronic equipment interfacing. Working knowledge and utilization of mechanical and electrical CAD/CAM drawing tools for modeling and schematic capture of wiring diagrams and familiarity with Zuken E3 cable tools or equivalent. Strong interpersonal, communications and organizational skills. Experience working with equipment performance specs, wire drawing lists (WCL's), schematics, and related cabling and harnessing documentation.
Familiarity with Space programs is a plus. Experience with flight specifications including cable and harness design, COTS electronic equipment, electrical/mechanical design is desired. Knowledge of CAD schematic capture tool, and/or familiarity with Zuken E3 cable tools, use of CAD/CAM programs. A degree in Electrical Engineering is a plus. Candidate should be familiar with design of electrical interconnects for satellite spacecraft equipment or missile systems.
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