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Electrical Engineer - Aerospace

Luminator is a leading innovator in the design and manufacturing of communications and lighting products for more than 80 years in transit, rail and aerospace industries. We are continuing to build our dynamic team by adding an Electrical Engineer - Aerospace.


Luminator is seeking an experienced electrical engineer to design, implement, test, and sustain new designs and existing designs in the aerospace industry.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Communicate and collaborate with customers, marketing, production, quality and other engineers to define and implement new products and improve existing products
  • Design, implement, maintain and improve our aerospace products
  • Operate computer aided design tools and software to perform engineering tasks
  • Coordinate manufacture, testing and qualification of products to aerospace standards
  • Assure that designs meet all performance requirements while ensuring the safety of all those that use or could be affected by the performance of a product
  • Plan and implement research methodology and procedures to apply principles of electrical theory to engineering projects and products
  • Other duties as assigned

Primary Experience:

  • Development of design specifications
  • Product design with LEDs
  • Designing power supplies (AC-DC, DC-DC, Constant Current)
  • Analog and Digital Design
  • Developing products incorporating RS-485 & RS-232 communications
  • Power PWA development and qualification
  • Failure analysis
  • Troubleshooting existing products to maintain or improve reliability
  • Design for EMI/EMC Compliance
  • Certifying new products per applicable standards (UL, CE, DO-160D, etc.)
  • Generating PWA schematics using Cadence / Orcad
  • Building prototype circuits as required to explore new design concepts
  • Using oscilloscopes, spectrum & logic analyzers to characterize & debug circuits
  • Product development for the Aerospace Industry

Supplemental Experience:

  • Designing logic circuits, including uP, glue-logic, A/D, & D/A
  • Printed Circuit Board layout in Allegro
  • Lighting products design (transit, architectural, consumer, etc.)
  • Design of UL-rated consumer products
  • Developing successful products for Industrial, Medical, or Consumer markets
  • Working with Marketing, Sales, and Users to refine requirements for new products
  • Development of Pb-free PWAs
  • Firmware/Software Development
  • Familiarity with CISPR 22/25; J11113-1; APTA Whitebook; IEEE488.1; IEEE488.2; IEEE802.3; IEEE802.11; FAR-15,21,25,27 & 145; DO-160; D6-16050-5; MIL-HDBK; MIL STDS-810 or similar; DOD-HDBK


  • Minimum of 3+ years of pertinent electrical engineering design experience
  • Strong verbal communication and written documentation skills
  • Strong project team skills
  • Strong analytical and debug skills

Luminator is an equal opportunity employer


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