United Technologies Corporation Radio Frequency Design Engineer in Vergennes, Vermont
Job ID: 50050BR
Country: United States
Job Type: Full-Time
We are seeking an RF Design Engineer to join our R&D team developing a new generation of wireless sensing, monitoring and control systems for commercial and military aircraft. Specific responsibilities include RF board design, including radio transceiver, receive and transmit path components and planar patch antennas. Experience with RF design and test tools and modelling software is required. Familiarity with embedded systems software and hardware development is a plus. The candidate must be comfortable creating specifications and rapidly prototyping to grow the design maturity while requirements may evolve. A major part of the job is to interact and cooperate with other electrical, software and systems engineers to develop new system architectures that best address a wide range of future product needs.
This ideal candidate possesses an innovative and curious mind and motivated to experiment with new solutions for complex problems. We are seeking a talented and motivated engineer with an enthusiastic attitude, capable of self-directed work. We expect that not all of the required technical qualifications may be equally developed in a single candidate, but a solid mix of most of these skills is strongly desired, combined with an ability and willingness to learn and to acquire new skills.
RF circuit design, analysis and testing
Antenna design, shielding and packaging
PCB assembly and debugging with RF test equipment.
Strong analytical skills and expertise with one or more RF circuit modeling tools
Background in system modeling and simulation highly desired
Familiarity with low-power wireless device design a strong plus
Working knowledge of 802.11 or 802.15.4 protocols a strong plus
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.