Northrop Grumman EMI/EMC Engineer (level 2 or level 3) in Baltimore, Maryland

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Northrop Grumman's Engineering and Test Laboratory is seeking an EMI/EMC Engineer (electromagnetic compatibility/ electromagnetic interference) to support the compliance process including technical, cost, and schedule performance at our location outside of Baltimore, Maryland -the main Northrop Grumman facility for Electromagnetics compliance.

The responsibilities of the EMI/EMC Engineer include, but are not limited to:

Review and tailor EMI/EMC requirements to meet specified product performance for all aspects of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) compliance, including EMI/EMC/EME/ESD/EMP and lightning.

Develop models for interference coupling mechanisms, shielding integrity, and circuit/cable interface isolation to mitigate and control conducted /radiated emissions and susceptibility stimuli.

Create test reports, procedures, and control plans and guidelines.

Knowledge of EMI/EMC testing and TILE software is a plus.

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, attend design review meetings, and work off-shift hours if necessary.

This requisition will be filled as a level 2 or a level 3 based on the qualifications listed below.

Basic Qualifications for a Level 2:

BS or higher in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, or related STEM area with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience (0 years with an MS)

Strong background in Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) standards/specifications (or equivalent commercial standards).

Thorough knowledge of EMI/EMC testing to MIL-STD-461

Technical knowledge of product qualification testing

Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project

Willingness and ability to occasionally work off-shift hours as necessary and/or travel occasionally to support design or test efforts.

Ability to obtain Top Secret clearance. U.S. Citizenship is required.

Basic Qualifications for a Level 3:

BS or higher in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology or related STEM area with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience (or 3 years with an MS)

Strong background in Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) standards/specifications (or equivalent commercial standards).

Thorough knowledge of EMI/EMC testing to MIL-STD-461

Technical knowledge of product qualification testing

Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project

Willingness and ability to occasionally work off-shift hours as necessary and/or travel occasionally to support design or test efforts.

Ability to obtain Top Secret clearance. U.S. Citizenship is required.

Preferred Qualifications:

Current active US Secret or Top Secret security clearance

Previous EMI/EMC design experience

BS in Electrical Engineering

Experience working TILE software for the purpose of EMI testing

Experience working Mathcad analytical models for radiated electrical fields and to estimate parasitic coupling of EMI induced electromagnetic energy through power supplies, chassis, and electronic modules

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