Hardware Integration & Test Electrical Engineer II
Posted on 11/14/2022
Cherry Hills Village, CO, USA
Experience Level
  • Execute the engineering activities required to successfully produce, test and deliver spacecraft electronics to SEAKR customers
  • The successful candidate shall have a fundamental knowledge of and experience producing and testing electronics, especially digital circuits, processors, FPGAs and power supplies
  • Read and understand digital and analog schematics
  • Review and clarify production travelers and test procedures
  • Test and troubleshoot complex electronics systems from the component level to the system functionality level
  • Read and edit software test scripts
  • Analyze production metrics and lead efforts to increase production yield or clarify test flows
  • Clear written and verbal communication skills are necessary to be successful
  • The ideal candidate will have demonstrated the ability to solve basic lab debug problems with the use of lab tools such as bench supplies, scopes and logic analyzers
  • Some module design experience is highly desirable including documentation of functional descriptions, review of schematics, creation and review of assembly instructions, documentation of test plans and test results
  • Familiarity with schematic tools, BOM or ERP management tools, work order and assembly traveler management tools, data analysis in spreadsheets, and extraction and documentation of test data from lab test equipment
  • Experience with assembly and test of spacecraft hardware and electronics is highly desirable, but not required
  • Proficiency with C++ and a scripting language such as Lua or Python desirable, but not required
  • Familiarity with Quality Control methods, configuration management methods and root cause analysis is required
  • A Bachelor's Science Electrical Engineer (BSEE) or Bachelor's Science Computer Engineering (BSCE); 2-5 years experience is required, or equivalent
  • As part of the Recurring Product Engineering group you will work with a project team as the responsible engineer for build-to-print unit test
  • You will be the subject matter expert for a project(s) and responsible to perform as or provide oversight of test conductor activities
  • You will implement continuation engineering changes as needed
  • This is primarily a test and debug role, utilizing knowledge of a design with standard lab equipment to troubleshoot issues that occur during test to ensure quality final product
  • If you like hands-on hardware test in a lab environment, this position is a perfect fit
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience with implementing engineering changes to schematics, BOMs and other documentation is a plus
SEAKR Engineering

201-500 employees

Avionics & space electronics manufacturer
Company Overview
SEAKR’s mission is to challenge the limits of possibility by disrupting the resting place of their stars through their cutting-edge advanced electronics for space applications. SEAKR is an industry leader with a spotless record of no-orbit failures and supports a wide range of programs in partnership with major aerospace companies. The company is committed to building communication pathways to connect the world and also providing their business systems to aid the integration of people, process, and technology.
  • Generous 401(k) retirement plan
  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Paid Vacation (including week off at year end)
  • Compensated Sick Leave
  • Tuiition Assistance Program
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Paid FMLA Leave
  • Team-building events
  • Community: Annual Firm sponsored Running/Walk Race to support our non-profit SEAKR Foundation.
  • Flexible Spending Account/Health Savings Account
Company Core Values
  • Hard work
  • Single minded focus
  • Determination
  • Perserverance
  • Striving for Excellence