Raytheon University Programs: Electrical Engineering Intern (Jr, Sr) in Dallas, Texas

***Great opportunity for current college students entering their Junior or Senior year by Fall 2017 or college graduate students (entering or currently enrolled) in a graduate program by Fall 2017. If you are not a current college or graduate student, please visit our other opportunities at www.raytheon.com/careers and apply!*** As a defense contractor, there are specific programs requiring a certain level of security clearance and special access for assigned staff. The selected candidate will be required to secure these accesses. Not being able to secure the Interim Secret Security Clearance needed for this position may result in an offer of employment being rescinded. This position requires a U.S. person or the ability to obtain an Export Authorization from the appropriate government agency for non-U.S. persons. Job Description: This position is for an electrical engineer to work in the Electronics Center of Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) business unit. The person hired for this position will work on new product development based on descriptions and specifications provided by our customers. This entails working in integrated product teams to design, develop, and manufacture complex state-of-the-art systems for airborne, naval, and land-based military applications. Activities include detailed digital design with embedded real-time processors and FPGA components. Specific tasks include circuit analysis, circuit simulation, design documentation, construction of breadboards, design verification and testing, and integration of hardware and software at the level of electronic components and circuit boards. For Multi-Level Intern Requisitions: This position can be a Salary Grade of N85, or N95 based on the candidate's qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements for the position. • N85 (College Junior by Fall 2017) - must have completed 60 hours of college • N95 (College Senior by Fall 2017) - must have completed 90 hours of college Required Skills: - Electrical engineering experience with an emphasis on digital design, including FPGA development and circuit design - Experience with industry standard CAE (computer-aided engineering) tools for electrical engineering as well as EE lab equipment - Must be able to obtain an Interim Secret security clearance before starting Desired Skills: - Minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA (Please upload an unofficial transcript when applying) - Familiarity with Xilinx and Altera development tools - Familiarity with Mentor Graphics board design tools - Experience with JTAG boundary-scan testing. - Experience with high speed interfaces (ex. Ethernet, PCIexpress) bus architecture. - Software skills with C, C++ Visual Basic, and/or assembly languages. Required Education (including major): Currently pursuing a BS / BA degree from an accredited four-year university and entering as a college Junior or Senior year. Must be working towards a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering Major, or equivalent technical discipline. Must be appropriate grade level listed above. 87651