Northrop Grumman Gilbert, AZ 85295
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under close supervision, performs routine technical functions related to
the support of development engineering activities such as design, test, checkout, fabrication, modification, and assembly
of electronics and Electro-mechanical systems, experimental design circuitry, prototype models or specialized test
equipment. Applications may include analog, digital and/or video type circuits and logic systems. Guidance is readily
available from superiors. Works from schematics, diagrams, written and verbal descriptions, layouts or defined plans to
perform routine testing, checkout, troubleshooting, prototype building, environmental testing, and simple developmental
engineering tasks. Performs routine operational tests and fault isolation on development systems and equipment to
ensure conformance with design specifications. Diagnoses and isolates malfunctions down to component level. Conducts
defined engineering tests and collects data as assigned. Utilizes routine development or diagnostic equipment including
oscilloscope, VOM, DVM, signal generators and similar test apparatus. Normally assigned in area such as development,
engineering, test equipment design, or the like. Excludes those assigned to production test activities. Specific EMI Area activities include:
• Perform EMI/EMC testing in accordance with applicable standards and test procedures. Tests may include, but are not limited to, radiated emissions, conducted emissions, radiated immunity and conducted immunity.
• Determine proper test configuration of unit-under test to satisfy test requirements.
• Work with EMI/EMC team to troubleshoot test concerns and provide testing support.
• Create sweep plans, test profiles and test reports.
• Knowledge of EMI/EMC testing and NEXIO BAT-EMC software is a plus.
• Display the knowledge, experience, and skills to perform as an independent Test Conductor.
The individual should be a self-starter, versatile, a problem solver, and have a willingness to work as part of a team. Individual must be willing to travel occasionally to locations elsewhere in the corporation in order to assist in troubleshooting efforts, out-house testing support, and work off-shift hours if necessary.
Excludes trainees with no academic preparation or experience. EXPERIENCE and TRAINING: Electronics training
equivalent to 2 years technical trade school or military technical school
• A minimum of an AS degree in Electronic Technology, or related STEM area with a minimum of 4 years of relevant experience. 2 additional years of relevant experience in lieu of the degree
• Strong background in EMI/EMC standards/specifications (or equivalent commercial standards).
• Technical knowledge of EMI/EMC test equipment (spectrum analyzers, EMI receivers, etc)
• Ability to obtain a TS clearance
• Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project
• Willingness and ability to work off-shift hours as necessary and/or travel occasionally to support test efforts. Majority of time may be on 2nd shift during testing events.
• Excellent writing skills
• Aerospace/Space industry experience
• Current active Top Secret security clearance
• Previous EMI/EMC testing experience
• Experience working TILE and NEXIO BAT-EMC software for the purpose of EMI testing
• Experience with NASA GSFC-7000A requirements
• NARTE certification
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**Job Category** : Engineering