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Principal RF Electrical Engineer – Contract

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  • Location: Fort Worth, TX
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #67879
Principal RF Electrical Engineer – Contract

Global leading instrumentation company is looking for a Principal RF Electrical Engineer in Fort Worth, TX. This is a contract role in a growing industry! 

Pay Rate of the RF Electrical Engineer:
$68.75-hr 

Responsibilities of the Principal RF Electrical Engineer:

  • Perform RF design engineering functions, including schematic design and capture, design review, supervision and review of PCB design and layout. 
  • Select and evaluate components and purchased subassemblies to ensure program requirements are met & provide production and obsolescence support as required. 
  • Conduct analysis to determine form, fit and functional alternates for obsolete parts or for those nearing obsolescence.
Qualifications of the Principal RF Electrical Engineer:
  • RF design & simulation tools: AWR, Microwave Office or ADS. LTSpice. 
  • Design: Siemens Mentor Graphics, Cadence, or Altium schematic capture & PCB layout tools. 
  • Military power amplifier design expertise (L-Band, S-Band, C-Band Frequencies) 
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering is required.
Principal RF Electrical Engineers apply today! 

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