Raytheon Technologies Design Engineer - Advanced Optics and Materials in McKinney, Texas
Raytheon Intelligence and Space (RI&S)
is advancing the cutting edge of new and novel materials for integration in next-generation airborne electro-optical (EO) and infrared (IR) systems. The RI&S Advanced Concepts and Technology (ACT) department has an upcoming opportunity for an Engineer who enjoys creatively solving complex problems on dynamic, multi-disciplinary teams for a variety of research and development projects. Successful applicants should have a strong technical background in either materials science, electro-magnetics (EM), optical systems, or physics and are able to effectively communicate and work-on multi–disciplinary teams.
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Working with multi-disciplinary teams to develop advanced materials and structures for next generation EO/IR systems
Advanced research into nano-materials, EM, optical systems, and manufacturing techniques
Development of optical, EM, and material models to describe component performance
Design and execution of experiments to validate optical, EM, thermal, or structural performance
EO/IR sensor system design and fabrication
Guide future research work based on model predictions and laboratory experience with EO/IR components
Writing and presenting summaries of research to internal and external audiences
This requisition is for future work, if you meet the requirements you will be contacted by the Recruiter *
Minimum 6 years of experience in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science, or other related field working testing, experiments, and analysis
Ability to apply basic principles, theories, and concepts to complex and difficult technical problems
Ability to work on multi-disciplinary teams on fundamental research projects
Ability to access material design implications on complex EO/IR systems
Excellent analytical, writing, and verbal communication skills
Ability to independently interact and lead engagement with customer technical community and partners
Must be a U.S. Citizen with Active (or active within past 24 months) Secret Clearance.
Publication and presentation of materials, EM, or optics related research in a peer-reviewed journal and conference
Minimum 2 years of experience leading a multi-disciplinary team in an area of fundamental research
Minimum 2 years of experience designing and executing experiments
Minimum 2 years of FEA or FEM analysis (ANSYS, HFSS, CST, COMSOL, STAR-CCM, Code V, Zemax, and FRED are preferred)
Experience with basic scripting and/or software development (MATLAB, C++/C# preferred)
Solid analytical capabilities, or an ability to relate observed phenomenon back to first principals
- BS in a related STEM discipline; Materials, Optical or Systems Engineering preferred.
- MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Math, Materials Science, Systems or other engineering discipline
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.