Electrical Engineer

Job Locations US-NJ-Hackettstown
Full Time


Position Summary:

The Electrical Design Engineer will be responsible for conceiving designs and development of EMI/RF Filter components and related products.  The Electrical Design Engineer is also responsible for the end product meeting specified performance, cost and schedule targets.  The Electrical Design Engineer will communicate directly with customers, assuring design alignment with intended application and other goals.




Job Responsibilities:

  • Design and development of RF related products such as EMI/RF filters
  • Work with operations and safety teams with problem solving to maintain production flow
  • Development of detailed analytical design analysis
  • Participation on product’s mechanical design
  • Work with Customer to understand their  needs and provide design solution on new projects (Concept design and solution designs) to support the company’s on-going projects.
  • Good teamwork, independent, self-motivated and hard work with object oriented
  • Debug testing and design verification testing of prototypes
  • Oversight of product reliability assurance testing
  • Responsible for creation and maintenance of engineering documentation (Schematics, BOM, drawings, ECN etc.)





A Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or related discipline


Desired Experience:

  • Experience debugging EMC issues
  • Experience in RF design, troubleshooting skills
  • Experience with RF test equipment (EMI receiver, RF impedance measurement, network analyzer)
  • Experience in designing products for testability and manufacturability
  • Proficient in use of Engineering computer tools such as Mathcad, Spice, Excel, Orcad Capture, etc



Astrodyne TDI provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants.  Our culture is one that provides opportunities for employee involvement, growth, and development.  Astrodyne TDI offers competitive salary, paid time off, robust healthcare benefits, and 401(k).



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