Electrical Engineer

  • Engineering
  • Littleton
  • Full-Time

The Electrical Engineer is responsible for the schematic, layout and bring-up of PCB’s for our various products. Additional responsibilities include embedded hardware design, I/O interface specification, and cable assembly design. Creation of documentation for hardware and firmware is expected. The Electrical Engineer is also a key point of contact with the various suppliers and board assembly shops and sets the best practices for development and delivery of digital board design and manufacturing.

Salary Range - $100K - $130K


  • Circuit design, modeling, prototyping, verification, and validation
  • PCB schematic design, layout, and bring-up in Altium Designer
  • Harness design in Altium Designer
  • Generation of system BOM for all electrical components in support of prototype and production sourcing and inventory
  • Management of fabrication vendors and electronic development partners
  • Design for Manufacturing
  • Provide hands-on support in diagnosing electronics within installed electro-mechanical systems


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent work experience
  • Five+ years of professional experience
  • Experience in power, analog, digital and mixed signal design
  • Knowledge and use of Altium Designer for PCB layout and cabling
  • Demonstrated ability to perform circuit modeling and simulation
  • Exceptional teamwork, multitasking, and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • High standards of, and ability to maintain, strict confidentiality as appropriate
  • Demonstrate professionalism and a high level of customer service
  • Must show flexibility and positivity when responding to changes in work volume or priorities
  • Ability to pass and maintain a clear background check and drug screening
  • Must currently possess or be able to obtain US security clearance

Desired Skills, Knowledge and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of IPC and/ or MIL standards for PCB Interconnect designs
  • Ability to complete design work with minimal guidance
  • Electrical stress and derating experience, such as voltage, current, power, inrush current, duty cycles, timing analysis, power interrupts, power supply efficiency, connector pin currents/derating, EMC considerations
  • Knowledge of component selection for military specifications, including extreme environmental conditions
  • Prior experience with the Defense and Aerospace contracting industries

Physical Demands

  • Requires approximately 90% in office, 10% field (travel)
  • Work is performed in an office, lab, machine shop, or military firing range environment
  • Travel and local commute between AimLock locations and non-AimLock locations is required
  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position for more than 75% of the time
  • Must be able to regularly lift and /or move 5lbs and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50lbs
  • Must be able to operate standard office productivity machinery and equipment including a phone, computer, mouse and keyboard, photocopy machine, and scanner
  • Daily work environment and noise level is that of a standard office
  • Occasionally you may experience outdoor inclement weather conditions at range locations
  • Occasionally you may experience a noise level consistent with a firearms training range