Develop guidelines as to where different Systems Engineering tools may/should/must be used to support different phases of program execution (e.g., IPDS); Develop training and deployment plans for approved tools
Leads technical planning, cost and risk analyses, and supportability and effectiveness analyses for subsystems and system elements. Leads evaluations of systems, networks and information systems to ensure designs meet applicable governmental security specifications.
Develop and initiate standards and methods for inspection, testing, and evaluation of in process components and finished products; perform necessary in-house testing; inspect in-process manufacturing processes and product, release finished goods shipments to customers.
The successful candidate must possess the ability to analyze user requirements and translate them directly into technical solutions, review existing code and ensure it meets functional requirements and develop new reports.
Evaluate and improve manufacturing process control by applying knowledge of product and tooling/fixture design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials; conferring with equipment vendors; and soliciting feedback from operators.
Provide guidance to Risk Management Teams during the creation of risk management files. Drive identification of electrical safety hazards and Causes as discussed in the relevant product safety standards.
Ability to establish professional relationships internally and with customers and to act as a technical interface to help ensure that the Engine System Project requirements are fully defined, agreed to, and met.