Be more than just an employee number! Join Terran Orbital, the leader in innovation, manufacturing, and operations in the small satellite industry. We are a pioneer in the miniaturization of space technologies and the delivery of responsive space solutions. We are a unique, fast-growing, and trusted team focused on quickly and economically designing, building, launching, and operating state-of-the-art satellites for advanced mission constellations. Terran Orbital is seeking an Early Career Electrical Design Engineer at our Melbourne, FL location to develop key elements of mission and communications subsystems for innovative, high-capability small satellites. Reporting to the VP of RF Systems & Payloads, this position will have exciting responsibilities in product development activities, including phased array antennas, software-defined radios, radar systems, and encryption devices. Terran Orbital is a leading worldwide provider of nanosatellite and microsatellite vehicles, services, and solutions to commercial and government customers. Key Duties and Responsibilities This Electrical Design Engineer will be responsible for supporting full lifecycle development of satellite mission systems. These may include RF systems, digital systems, control architectures, distributed power regulation, or system interface hardware from concept through design, manufacturing, and test. Creation of electrical architecture diagrams, block diagrams, schematics, circuit analysis, and design review presentations. Collaboration with other electrical, mechanical, systems, and software engineers to develop optimal solutions to complex problems. Development of custom test interface circuit boards Development of test plans, procedures, and documentation. Hands-on laboratory test activity to verify and troubleshoot hardware performance and functionality• Cooperative test, debug, and requirements verification activities. Methodical schematic and PCB layout peer review and rigorous documentation of results and comments. Additional responsibilities as necessary, including support of other programs or integrated product teams when review or input is required.