Ideal candidate will possess the ability to develop, and deploy innovative solutions to address operational challenges focused around the critical need to keep critical infrastructure operating in peak condition.
Perform calculations for projects, such as lighting illuminance, electrical loads, equipment selection and sizing, feeder sizing, energy calculations, voltage drop calculations, short circuit/coordination studies, etc.
Ensure security enhancements to the existing SQL code. Install, tune and administer SQL 2014 Clusters including Always on Availability Groups, Author design documents, build procedure, test procedures.
This position, working as part of the Laser Radar development team, is responsible for taking the lead or assists in all designs associated with rotating low-friction bearings and providing design analysis of mechanical structures including but not limited to FEA analysis.
A person in this role regularly interfaces with clients, design rule developers, process development engineers, device designers, device modelers, Layout vs. Schematic (LVS) developers, Design Rule Checking (DRC) coders, and client technical support engineers.
In this role, you will be responsible for TDB identifies, evaluates, approves, documents, and provides technical support for all Technical Security Systems (TSS) used by the Department of State at both domestic and overseas facilities.
The Engineer will support the Integrated Mechanical Diagnostic System (IMDS) on the development and implementation of inflight alerts for affecting safety of flight for subsystem components. This work will involve the continual refinement of contractor developed and maintained IMDS algorithms tracking vibration signatures affecting aircraft components.