This individual will be responsible for developing the threat models and databases to support integration with survivability toolset models. Responsible for architecting threat models by threat types, conducting threat research and analysis, identifying key threat modes and transitions, and translating into threat models that are compatible across a variety of survivability tools.
You will perform modeling, analysis and validation of ideas during various phases of architecture development and definition. Experience with functional, performance and power calculations and estimation with feature trade studies is a plus.
The preferred candidate will be primarily responsible for providing technical leadership and integration across program office, Systems Integrated Product Team (SIPT) and customer base to drive the execution of Class 1 and Class 2 Engineering changes.
Primary focus of duties for the RMA Engineer will support the development of Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability requirements and generate analysis reports for the GSDO Program in the Operations and Test Management (O&TM) Division.
Provide practical application of engineering skills to perform flight and ground system electrical engineering projects that that meet stakeholder expectations, system functional requirements and NASA program requirements.
In this role, you will research and develop specifications/requirements, structural layouts and detail designs involving composite and metallic structural materials for airframe design and integration.
In this role, you will performs engineering design assignments for preparation of engineering design document and maintaining the design disclosure. Plans and conducts work requiring judgment in the independent evaluation.
Responsible for all aspects of software interface design including audience and task analysis, market analysis, scenario building, story boarding, prototyping, and defining interface specifications, guidelines, and standards.