Specific skills should include preparation of drainage area maps, hydraulic gradient evaluation, earthwork analysis, stormwater calculations (including environmental site design techniques), construction cost estimates, and preparation of technical reports.
The Design Engineer will have the opportunity work with a diverse and experienced staff in resolving a variety of complex problems, (i.e. conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials, difficult coordination requirements) while benefitting from a solid quality control process.
Estimates performance (e.g. irradiance and fluence on objects of interest in variable atmospheric conditions) for notional lasers of various output powers based on existing technology and proposed technology improvements when installed in surface and air platforms.
Assists the Government Lead in the daily engineering duties on systems. Implement and monitor security measures for communication systems, networks, and provide advice that systems and personnel adhere to established Government security requirements.
The selected candidate will have high proficiency in Fuselage Design that includes primary and secondary designs, structural internal and external arrangement, and identifying effective load paths while accommodating equipment and systems to include wiring and tubing.
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.
Review user requests for upgrades or additions to the network to assess impact on network performance and provide advice and guidance on the most practical technical approach to meeting user requirements.