Who We Are
Williams International is a privately-owned company that develops and manufactures jet engines for both military and commercial aircraft applications. We are a company of creators who deliver pioneering ideas and technologies that lead the aerospace industry. Our culture fosters creativity, collaboration, and continuous learning to position our team members to inspire each other and provide quality products and supporting services that exceed the expectations of our customers.
Williams International has an exciting opportunity for a Electrical Engineer to join our team. The Electrical Engineer will be responsible for leading projects to design of electronic assemblies for aerospace and military applications such as engine controls, motor controls, power converters, sensors, and actuators. This is an exciting opportunity to work on high tech, cutting edge products and have a high degree of ownership of the your designs.
Additional the Electrical Engineer will be responsible for:
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Bachelors or better in ELEC ENG.
3 years:Electrical Engineering
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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