In this role, you will analyze and solve complex engineering challenges associated with the design, development, and modification of flight control system architectures and algorithms for system integration and testing in conventional and short takeoff vertical landing (STOVL) aircraft.
The selected candidate will be responsible for strong personal discipline and communication skills as they may apply to interfacing with customers, dealing with customer problems during problem determination and resolution.
In this role, you will work with project team to solve difficult automation problems, resolve project related issues, and develop fundamental understanding of technical / process requirements critical to system success.
In this role, you will provide engineering inputs for briefing material in support of IPT -level meetings, discussions, and reviews and translate complex engineering data into higher level discussion points for presentation to non -technical program support staff.
In this role, you will be responsible for
coordinating all QA activities for assigned commodity areas, developing and presenting recommendations that are technically sound, and in compliance with applicable industry and DOD QA policies.
The IT Systems Analyst/Tester is responsible for all activities associated with properly testing the new IT system, including coordinating their work amongst many stakeholders, such as the PMO, developers, business owners, UAT team members, etc.
As part of the pre-construction estimating team in preparation of bids and proposals, this person will provide technical information to the project team to ensure that the work complies with all Railroad or Transit engineering standards, codes, specifications, design instruction and contract requirements while troubleshooting engineering related installation problems.
In this role, you will analyze new and modified aircraft configurations to predict aircraft stability and control characteristics, develop linear and nonlinear aerodynamic models and aircraft flight control systems, and support the development and modification of technical documentation, including system requirements specifications, ground and flight test plans and procedures, and other technical reports.
The successful candidate will be responsible for programming, commissioning, diagnosing, servicing and repairing Building Automation Systems (BAS) and Control systems, utilizing knowledge of electronics, direct digital controls, HVAC airflow, Hydronics, refrigeration theory, and most current control techniques.