Fast paced engineering/manufacturing company seeking an Avionics Cable Harness Technical Designer. You would be responsible for delivering clear and correct engineering of electrical harnesses for launch vehicles, rocket engines and crew capsules for various spaceflight systems. This position will have minimal oversight and will require initiative and grit.
- Design of electrical harnesses for power distribution, RF, communication and high speed data signal
- Selection of harness components and hardware, connectors, backshells, cable and wire
- Understanding and application of EMI/RFI and harness shielding
- Create 3D routed harness data files utilizing Creo (Pro/Engineer) Cabling, Routed System Designer (RSD), and Capital Harness Systems
- Create harness detail and installation drawings including 2D flat harness drawings from the 3D harness data sets
- Design and integration of harness support brackets
- Support design configuration development and trade studies
- Provide technical guidance for hardware installation
- Maintain and report on activity schedule, budget and technical status
- Identify opportunities for improvements and operational cost and schedule savings
- Experience with Creo / ProCabling; equivalent other software will be considered if all other required qualifications are met
- Experience with Creo Schematics; equivalent other software will be considered if all other required qualifications are met
- Understanding and application of wire derating analysis
- Familiar with existing applicable harness standards:
- IPC/WHMA-A-620A, NASA-STD-8739.4
- Strong electrical/mechanical design and integration skills using 3-D CAD software
- Must be a U.S. citizen or national, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.
- Prefer experience with Creo 5 / Windchill 10 and Routed System Designer (RSD)
- Experience with Capital Harness software
- Knowledge of harness fabrication and installation processes.
- Experience with launch vehicle or spacecraft mechanical systems.