|Title:||Control Systems Engineer - 1571|
|Job Location:||Rockledge, Florida - United States|
|Salary:||contact recruiter for details|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Nationwide|
Relo available (case by case)
Comp Time – Anytime our engineers work more than 45 hours in a week, they get credited for all hours over 40 deposited into their “COMP TIME” account. They can use these extra hours as vacation or they can cash them out at any time to give themselves a nice bonus. We have engineers on staff that bank hundreds of hours each year.
Principal Investigator Incentive – We incent our Principal Investigators to bring their programs in on time and on budget. If they bring them in on time and under budget, we allow them to share in the cost savings. Depending on how many programs they lead it can net them another 10% of salary on a good year.
Small family owned company, no red tape bureaucracy. Very flat structure – not layers of managers in the company. Owner is an Engineer. Work is mostly on SBIR program pursuits. Research & Development is WHAT WE DO! In business since 1980's. Lots of program variety. Will work on lots of different programs with engineers in other disciplines (mechanical, chemical, materials). We are looking for hands on types – people that have had hands on design of system experience – NOT manage the design of experience. People that have been managers do not fit well in our organization.
The Control Systems Engineer will be designing and programming control systems for power electronics products, and subsystems for thermal control and energy conversion products. They will provide innovative engineering in the design and layout of PCBs, programming of microcontrollers, development of control algorithms for power converters, work with state-of-the-art wide bandgap semiconductor devices, and design analog circuitry.
3+ years of experience as an Electrical Engineer working with embedded software and controls
Experience developing embedded software in C and Assembly
Experience developing GUI applications in C#
Experience with PCB design, layout, and testing
Knowledge of basic power electronics
BS in Electrical Engineering or related with a minimum GPA of 3.3
NICE TO HAVE:
Experience with TI C2000 MCU’s
Experience with control algorithm development
Experience with thermal control or energy conversion systems
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree