Teledyne Technologies

  • Principal RF Engineer

    Locations UK-Yorkshire-Shipley
    Requisition ID
    2018-8088
    Company
    Teledyne Defence & Space
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne are looking for a number of RF Engineers to join their existing Engineering team in Permanent roles. In these roles you will assist with the RF converter design and integration for one of our programs.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    Main responsibilities for this role will be: 

    •  Assist with the RF converter design and integration in conjunction with the Project team throughout the project  lifecycle.
    • Ensure that the product requirement is completely captured, and planned as a series of engineering tasks.
    • Perform detailed design and development to required frequency levels.
    • Be responsible for the achievement of the requirements, including cost objectives as detailed within the
    • Customer order documents.
    • Maintain visibility of the design approach and ensure through review that the implemented design will meet the product requirement

    Qualifications

    The successful candidate will be able to satisfy the following requirements:

     

    ·       Extensive experience in the development of microwave components and subsystems or systems for Aerospace, defence or space products

    ·       Design analysis and development of RF frequency converters & Amplifiers in frequency range DC-2GHz (min)

    ·       Detailed knowledge of spurious analysis, linearity and frequency response

    ·       Design for manufacture & cost to a high level

    ·       Experience of software defined Radio desirable

    ·       Knowledge of good engineering processes and practices

    ·       Good communication skills – able to understand and report tasks, risks etc.

    ·       Team working – both with peers and support staff.

    ·       The successful candidate must be security clearable up to SC level.

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