Kratos Space is a leader in assured aerospace communication solutions and services. We are cutting-edge innovators and creative problem solvers working collaboratively to solve our customers’ toughest challenges. Kratos is valued for our ability to design and deliver leading edge, resilient solutions for aerospace communication, control, awareness and mission success across a continuum of offerings—from commercial to tailored custom solutions and integrated programs. We bring both the capability and confidence that our customers value and depend on.
At Kratos, we encourage an entrepreneurial spirit balanced with fiscal and operational discipline. We work hard, we solve hard problems, and we look out for and take care of our customers, each other and our families. Protecting and enabling our customer’s communication systems through innovative aerospace solutions is what motivates us.
We look forward to working with open, honest, caring and passionate individuals that want to bring their diverse backgrounds, perspectives and skills to help us continue to build a great company.
As an RF Product Design Lead Engineer, you will be using your skills and expertise to lead a multidisciplinary team in the development of communications hardware for the satellite communications industry. You will use your knowledge of radio communications systems, and RF/mixed signal board design to develop, prototype, characterize and transition to production the next generation of our satellite communications products.
You will be tasked to lead and provide technical guidance for a small fast paced design team engaging in new product introductions. You will work with solution architects and product managers to derive product specifications and inform product design architectural decisions. You'll be responsible for systems engineering, PCB/PCA circuit design, development, and embedded system design. Your technical responsibilities also include developing and executing our product characterization testing and production integration planning. When production issues or field failures occur, you will be involved in root cause and corrective action.