Staff Electro Optical Engineer

Location US-NH-Merrimack | US-NH-Merrimack
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2018 4:27 PM)
Job ID
2017-5753
# Positions
1
Experience (Years)
10
Priority
Normal
SECURITY CLEARANCE
NONE

Overview

Overview

 

This is an advanced level lead position requiring the direct application of electro-optics engineering expertise in concert with considerable initiative and creativity. The incumbent provides technical leadership in a team environment on significant design, development and research projects, and in the preparation of technical proposals. Also provides expert explanations, techniques or approaches to colleagues, management and customers where significant technical credibility is required.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities

This is both a hands-on and technical leadership role, and will require working closely with multidisciplinary teams in a dynamic work environment as the driving force in EO system proposal development, research, concept development, design, manufacture, integration and testing of advanced EO sensor imaging systems for Missile Warning Systems (MWS), Degraded Visual Environment Systems (DVE), Man-portable (Handheld Targeting Systems - HTS, Eye Safe Laser Rangefinders - ELRF), Helmet Mounted Displays (HMDS), Night Vision Cueing Displays (NVCD), and Vehicle Mounted Applications (Forward Looking Infrared - Flir, Eye Safe Laser Rang finders - ELRF).

 

The candidate will work hands-on with both internal and external teams to lead and support the development and transitioning of E-O products from concept through to production. The incumbent provides technical leadership in a team environment on significant design, development and research projects, and in the preparation of technical proposals. Also provides expert explanations, techniques or approaches to colleagues, management and customers where significant technical credibility is required.

 

The ideal candidate should have experience with all facets of E-O system trade analysis, design, optimization, integration, and testing. Direct experience with military imaging systems and applicable technology operating from visible light to the thermal-infrared is highly desirable.

Qualifications

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in engineering (Optics, Physics, or similar) with 10 years of experience, Master’s degree and 10 years experience, or Doctorate and 8 years experience, preferably in a design-to-manufacture environment.
  • Incumbents should possess an extensive knowledge of electro-optics engineering with specific capabilities in areas such as optical design, imaging system development, laser systems, radiometry, or optical metrology.
  • Direct experience in system level design requiring an understanding of mechanics and electronics including system specification flow-down is strongly preferred.

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