Mid-Level Electrical Engineer -- Contingent

Job Descriptions:
Kratos Defense & Rocket Support Services is currently seeking a Mid-Level Electrical Engineer to work as part of a team to support NSWCDD and:
+ Design, test, install, and maintain large-scale electronic equipment or machinery for use in manufacturing or power generation or transmission.
+ May use computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to perform assignments.
+ Apply principles and techniques of electrical engineering to accomplish goals.
+ Perform system analytical and performance studies.
+ Perform software and hardware definition analysis.
+ Perform software & hardware development of prototypes, subsystems and system tools.
+ Perform modeling and simulation engineering.
+ Perform development, integration, testing and evaluation.
+ Perform all aspects of laboratory and field testing, including setting test goals, developing test methodologies, organizing and conducting tests, reducing test data and analyzing results.
+ Produce technical reports on findings, provides system data collection and analysis, and conducts technical documentation reviews.
+ Report critical findings to military and DoD civilian leadership.
+ Transition replacement personnel per SOP.
Required Experience:
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
+ Familiar with a variety of electrical engineering concepts, practices, and procedures.
+ Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
+ Performs a variety of complicated tasks.
+ Demonstrated ability to interface with joint services to develop and support technical positions, justify technical recommendations, and write technical publications.
+ Familiarity with lab processes and work flow.
Education and Experience:
+ Requires a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with 4-9 years of experience working in a related field.
Eligible candidates must have:
+ U.S. citizenship.
+ Active DoD Secret Clearance required at time of contract award.
No telephone calls
Keyword: NSWCDD, electrical, engineering
From: Kratos Defense

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