Fatigue & Fracture engineering personnel are responsible for establishing structural component lives, inspection and replacement intervals, establishing structural testing requirements, providing telemetry monitoring support for flight test, and analyzing flight test data to ensure safety of flight and continued operational readiness.
Candidate must have working knowledge of all supportability and life-cycle operating issues related to reduced total ownership cost, reliability, maintainability, maintenance philosophy, spares provisioning, support equipment requirements; logistics footprint reduction, and supply chain management.
Responsibilities include working with the PHM Capability and Integration team as well as software development teams to understand and develop software to assist in the development and maturation of F-35 PHM capabilities.
Responsible for the operation of company owned or leased facilities in order to provide employees and guests at each location with an environment that will enhance their efficiency, creativity and productivity while maintaining a safe and secure workplace.
Work closely with application/operations teams to gather requirements and build functionality in a collaborative and agile fashion; write scripts to automate common system management and operational tasks.
The team member selected for this role will be responsible for helping support and build out solutions for highly critical and high availably applications and platforms to include: primarily Provenir, Disclosures Application Service and the Automated Processing Environment (APE).