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We are seeking an enthusiastic and well-rounded Discrete Electronics Technologist to join the Draper team. The right candidate will be self-motivated and capable of serving as a subject matter expect regarding the current state-of-process regarding discrete electronics and their associated supply chains.
The ideal candidate is someone who works well in cross-functional teams and has previous experience with electronic system design. Relevant experience interfacing with vendors, managing supply chain issues, managing part obsolescence, managing risk, and developing detailed documentation are desired.
*Identification of discrete electronic parts and suppliers, to include transistors, diodes, resistors, capacitors, magnetic components, and special devices.
*Generation of discrete part specifications and identification of commercial equivalent parts as applicable.
*Interfacing, as necessary, with electrical design subtask to develop required part list updates as necessary.
* Working with corporate quality and program protection to develop plans for trusted and assured discrete electronics supply chains
*Generating detailed schedules defining parts management tasks and associated milestones
*Participating in recurring cross-organization meetings related to electronic parts programs. Some travel may be required for these meetings.
* BSEE or equivalent technical degree.
* 5+ years overall experience
* Great EE fundamentals
* Strong analysis and problem solving skills
* Experience working with all aspects of discrete electronics including transistors, resistors, capacitors, inductors, connectors, relays, etc.
* Experience with radiation-hardened electronics is desired.
Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.
Candidate is expected to be local and capable of working onsite. Remote work may be periodically allowed based upon program needs.
** Draper has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all Draper employees. This will be a condition of employment to work at Draper.