Electro-Magnetic Effects Engineer

Reno, NV

Posted: 08/22/2019 Industry: Aerospace Job Number: 327

Job Description

Experience performing analysis and design relating to effects of lightning (direct and indirect), surface charging, grounding, structural bonding, circuit isolation, transfer impedance, shielding effectiveness, effects of radiated/conducted emissions and susceptibility, near field/far field electric fields, corona, P-static, etc.
Establish requirements, processes and methodologies (EMC, EMI, HIRF, LSP, G&B, RF, etc.)
System design and architecture analysis
Define traceability to the FARs
Perform electromagnetic compatibility design and analysis
Perform computational electromagnetics calculations and assessments
Provide subject-matter expert level guidance on both practical and theoretical aspects of the EME systems design
Bachelor s degree in relevant field required.
Knowledge of industry guidelines and documents (MIL-STD-285, MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD-464, SAE ARP5412, SAE ARP5414, AC 20-53A, AC 20-107, DO-160, MIL-STD-1541, MIL-STD-1757, etc.)

Job Requirements

Electro-Magnetic Effects Engineer

Additional Information

Electro-Magnetic Effects Engineer

Meet Your Recruiter

Chris Sheets
Managing Member

Chris has spent nearly 20 years in the staffing/consulting/contracting industry with the last 15 years in the Aerospace Engineering Industry. His background is in full life cycle recruiting, sales, identifying and growing niche opportunities. He lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.

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