PCB Designer

Job Description  BAE Systems is looking for a PCB Designer able to Layout complex multi-layer Printed Board designs using CADENCE ALLEGRO 16.6./17.2. Able to Create complete deliverable fabrication package to be used to procure and fabricate both the bare board and assembly. Able to answer all questions related to the layout to the design team and outside board vendors. Position will involve the following tasks: 1. Prepare complex board layouts IAW IPC-2221 and associated specs and standards. 2. Enter all the design rules into the Cadence constraint manager. 3. Generate all outputs files required for the manufacture of the board and assembly.  4. Create new and make changes to existing schematic Diagrams using Schematic Capture Cadence Concept HDL 5. Work closely with Checkers, various engineering disciplines, designers and Technical leads. 6. Responsible for conveying all the correct layout information to the assigned drafting and checking team. 7. Incorporate Engineering change orders on Cadence Designs using Product Data Management tool and instruct the drafting team on how to incorporate the design changes into drawings. 8. Performs other duties as required. Typical Education & Experience  Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 6 years work experience or equivalent experience Required Skills and Education  Required education:  Bachelors degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering and 8 years experience using CADENCE ALLEGRO and Printed Circuit Board layout or Associates in Drafting/Engineering Technology and 10 years or High School/GED and 15 years Required Skills: Proficient with CADENCE ALLEGRO version 16 or higher Must be proficient in using the Cadence constraint manager and have a solid knowledge of Signal Integrity and Design For Manufacture rules. Proficient in Schematic Capture using Cadence Concept HDL Solid understanding of IPC-2221 and associated specs and standards. Preferred Skills and Education  Local candidates only. No relocation is available for this position. 43536BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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