LG-TEK

  • Hardware Design Engineer II - Maryland

    Job Locations US-MD-Elkridge
    Posted Date 2 months ago(8/10/2018 1:08 PM)
    ID
    2018-1284
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    The Hardware Design Engineer will design, modify and tests new integrated circuits and hardware components.

     

    The candidate is responsible for conducting the necessary hardware engineering and related functions to modify and adapt vendor-manufactured hardware to meet special Government needs and contingencies.

     

    Clearance Requirements:  TS/SCI + Poly

    Responsibilities

    • Assist with designing new products
    • Assist improving and maintain existing products
    • Coordinate the interrelated design and
    • Assure project completion
    • Conduct design analysis on components and/ or assemblies
    • Assist in the development process to ensure designs are cost efficient, able to be manufactured and reliable
    • Develop and maintain documentation for the P&R design flows
    • De-processing electronic components and retrieving stored firmware or software using approved reverse engineering procedures
    • Integrate new P&R tools, P&R tool updates and ASIC or FPGA design libraries into Government’s computer
    • The ability work in a team
    • Lead the designs of new products and processes and improve and maintain existing products
    • Provide technical leadership to less experienced engineers
    • Work with tool and library vendors to develop solutions for designers’ P&R design challenges

    Qualifications

    • Must possess an active Top Secret Security Clearance with Polygraph (TS/SCI + Poly)
    • U.S. citizenship REQUIRED
    • Seven (7) years of experience as a HDE in integrated circuit or microelectronic component design or reverse engineering of the same is required.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
    • Ten (10) years of hardware design engineering experience may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.

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