Teledyne Technologies

  • Jr. RF Design Engineer

    Job Locations US-CA-Mountain View
    Requisition ID
    Company Name
    Teledyne RF & Microwave
    1st Shift - Morning
    Citizenship/Visa Requirement
    US Citizen Only
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne Wireless is a flagship business unit of Teledyne Microwave Solutions (TMS) with over 50 years of experience in the design, development, and manufacture of sophisticated microwave/RF components and integrated assemblies for the most demanding challenges.  Our products and capabilities are sought after by civilian and military organizations spanning numerous global markets, including Aviation, Communication, Electronic Warfare (EW/ECM/CIED), Industrial, Missile/UAV, Radar, Satcom, Space, and Test and Measurement.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    This Design Engineer will design and support a wide range of microwave amplifier assemblies. Responsibilities include bids and proposals. Duties will include the research and investigation of new technologies applicable to the design of microwave amplifier assemblies. This will also include the evaluation of new devices, MMIC and discrete to assist in keeping the amplifier production line competitive. The support of obsolescence component replacement will also be part of the duties. 


    Minimum Education required: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related field. Minimum required: 2 years previous experience working with Electrical Engineer Design.

    Skills required: AutoCAD, Microwave Office, Power logic/PAD’s. SysCalc, ADS and Familiarity with applicable test equipment.

    US Citizenship with ability to attain/maintain government security clearance.

    Citizenship Requirements

    Due to classified work at the facility and related access restrictions, successful applicants must maintain U.S. Citizenship to allow the person to hold a U.S. Government security clearance.


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