Perform qualitative and quantitative hazard analyses on aircraft systems, human vehicle interfaces, and flight/ground operations to identify and mitigate safety hazards. Interface with aircraft design teams, supplier, internal management and external customers.
The successful applicant will become part of a small, diverse team of system developers tasked with creating next generational Avionics, Communications, and embedded system capabilities and providing technical support to existing, fielded systems.
Must be proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Powerpoint and Visio; must have the ability to work effectively with minimal supervision in an atmosphere of multiple projects, shifting priorities, and deadline pressure.
Provide requirements support across multiple projects within an ADP program. A qualified candidate will be able to understand the scope of the program and work across IPTs to ensure all aspects of the project are covered with appropriate requirements.
Position requires operational knowledge of MatLab, experience with running EO performance analysis simulations and developing target models and running parametric studies to support advanced EO targeting sensor and seeker development.
The chosen candidate will perform R&M allocations, predictions, failure modes effects and criticality analysis (FMECA), failure reporting and corrective action system (FRACAS), reliability grown modeling and monitoring, reliability-centered maintenance and maintenance task analysis.
Candidate will gain experience in avionics subsystems such as navigation guidance, datalinks, communication links, stores management, weapon integration, mission computers, electronic warfare and EO/IR & RF sensors.