At Collins Aerospace, we work side-by-side with our customers to tackle the toughest challenges in aerospace and defense. We’re combining boundless imagination with a broad portfolio and an unmatched dedication to customers – all to make the skies and spaces we touch smarter, safer and more amazing than ever.
Our site in Heidelberg has the following core competencies:
On-board electronics for land vehicles
Products for the aerospace industry
We have established ourselves as a leading supplier of customized electronics solutions for the aerospace and defense industries. Collins Aerospace in Heidelberg supplies integrated navigation and communications systems for a wide range of military applications and is a global leader in satellite reaction wheel technology.
We are redefining aerospace.
We are seeking a highly motivated PCB designer to join the Avionics Shared Service Department. The department is responsible for support in engineering the development and test of hardware.
Products for a variety of military and space platforms including, fighter aircrafts, transporter platforms, helicopters and satellites.
The hardware development includes:
Small form factor computer
Data Transfer Units and Network Attached Storage
Processing and Programmable resources (FPGAs, PowerPC, Intel, and ARM processors)
Momentum Wheels for Satellites, Wheel drive electronics
The candidate is expected to contribute throughout the full product development cycle in the
Forward and backward annotation
PCB layout requirements capture
Implementation of constraints to the PCB design tool
Implementation of the mechanical data
Component placement and signal routing according the design constraints
Documentation and reviews
Minimum of 10 Years’ experience in PCB design
Knowledge of EMI and Signal/Power Integrity Design techniques
Knowledge of electrical interface standards as (e.g. PCI Express, GBit Ethernet, VPX VITA) is beneficial
Knowledge of Industrial standards as IPC and ECSS are required
Knowledge of routing high speed interfaces up to 10Ghz are required
PCB design of complex digital and analog hardware
Rigid and rigid-flex Boards up to 24 layers
Stack up with blind and buried technology
Experience in routing high pin count BGAs with many different signal and power connections
The following terms shall be known: SMD, decoupling, fan-out, microvia, annular ring, thermal relief, aperture, gerber, keep out, area fill, counter sink, stack-up, core via, backdrilling, impedance, crosstalk, padless
Good written and spoken English skills
Good communication skills to management and team
Knowledge of PCB design tools such as:
Schematic capture tools from Mentor Graphics Dxdesigner
Layout tools from Mentor Graphics Xpedition and Zuken CR5000 and CR8000
Be part of our Team:
Join our multicultural team and work with people from different countries
Flexible working times, opportunity to work in Homeoffice, 30 days of vacation
Company sponsored pension plan
Corporate health management
Internal and external training opportunities to promote the continuous learning and development of our employees
Global career opportunities at over 300 sites worldwide
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