Aerojet Rocketdyne Engineering (Electrical design, test & integration) in Orlando, Florida


Aerojet Rocketdyne Coleman Aerospace is looking for an electrical engineer who will be designing and analyzing as well as supporting integration and testing of electronic hardware. The successful candidate will be tasked with electronic design and supporting acceptance and qualification testing of electronic boxes used in an aerospace/defense application. This is a hands-on position for individuals with demonstrated design, analytical and troubleshooting skills.

The small team atmosphere provided by Coleman Aerospace demands the capability to devise simple solutions to complex engineering problems both independently and by soliciting inputs from other technical subject matter experts.

This position will be located in Orlando, FL

This current opening may be filled at the level posted or at one level higher.

Essential Job Functions (Including % of Time for Each)

25% - Design, documentation and production floor support of hardware (missile electronics, missile electrical cabling, airborne support equipment, ground support equipment and test sets.

25% - Support acceptance and qualification testing of electronic boxes used in an aerospace/defense application.

20% - System analysis includes circuit analysis, SPICE, power budgets and other impacts on the overall system performance through integration, test, and field operations.

20% - Reviews and generates analysis and tests of electrical/electronic components, sub-systems and systems.

10% - Work with the program technical leads, production operations, quality assurance, customer and the customer’s representatives to ensure that the hardware meets all requirements.



Must possess a BS in Electrical Engineering (or related discipline) and have a minimum of 2 years of related experience or have an equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Must have an understanding of electrical engineering fundamentals of design in both analog and digital electronics

  • Must have experience with design, development, integration, and test of military electronic systems with design for manufacturing and environmental constraints (EMI/EMC, vibration, packaging, thermal, etc.)

  • Must have the ability to document efforts, write test procedures and reports and contribute to completion of milestones within specific projects

  • Must be detail-oriented

  • Must be familiar with Microsoft Office applications

  • The candidate must have good written and oral communication skills to be able to convey design ideas in a clear and concise manner

  • Must have experience with schematic capture design tools

  • Must have experience with circuit simulation using PSPICE


  • Circuit card design and layout

  • LabVIEW software development

  • Experience with MIL-STD-461E

  • RF design and analysis

  • Experience integrating embedded systems

This position may require occasional extra work hours as required to meet critical schedule milestones. Significant travel is not expected.

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Job ID 13818

Zip 32819

Category Engineering - Electrical/Electronics Engineering