Electrical Engineer RF

Role Summary: An Electrical Engineer - RF learns the practical application of Radio Frequency (RF) engineering principles, achieves expertise in RF Electrical Engineering, and investigates new techniques as part of a team. The Electrical Engineer - RF is responsible for designing RF electrical circuits for product/subsystem release solutions. Essential Responsibilities: 1. Designing new products and/or supporting Installed Base of Analog, RF, and/or Digital (mayinclude FPGAs) electrical circuit boards, components and interconnects 2. Executes design to engineering standards 3. Works within a team to deliver technical solutions 4. Works with patient/customers and/or technical leadership to ensure that the technicaldeliverables are consistent with the goals of larger programs, projects or initiatives 5. Seeks mentoring to learn and solve problems 6. Leading design efforts with Electrical CAD and Simulation tools 7. Engaging in all phases of new product development, including concept, architecture,documentation, design, prototype, test, supplier interfaces, manufacturing introduction and servicesupport 8. Identifying and developing new opportunities to leverage Strategic Sourcing objectives andCommon Technology initiatives in the modality product line 9. Developing and maintaining Surface Coil subsystem quality and engineering project funnel 10. Conducting analysis of installed base and new product reliability using FMEA, Weibull Analysisand DFR 11. Defining and executing component design verification 12. Developing innovative designs to meet all requirements for performance, reliability, cost andmanufacturability13. Maintain and develop competence required for the job Qualifications/Requirements: 1. BS in Electrical Engineering or related discipline with up to 3 years of relevant experience 2. Knowledge of standard drafting practices, product structuring, electronics modeling and drawingpractices, and engineering analysis techniques. 3. Knowledge of Analog and RF circuit design 4. Experience with Weibull Analysis and DFR tools 5. Understanding of engineering product development processes 3181460
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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