Provide resources with knowledge and experience to support studies, assessments, and analysis to include theory and engineering application of low observable principles and techniques, requirements definition, test methodology development and validation, survivability modeling and simulation, data analysis to evaluate weapon and air vehicle survivability and low observable technology.
Apply knowledge of and experience with survivability and low observable design to identify, define, plan and implement solutions into low observable weapon designs.
Support vulnerability studies to evaluate the degree of impairment after weapon system exposure to hostile man-made environments and quantify the degree of impairment of its ability to accomplish its designated mission.
This includes investigation of survivability of weapons and task platforms while enroute to the target, as well as after attack and vulnerability analysis of the radio and data links (Radio Electronic Combat Vulnerability Analysis/Data Link Vulnerability Analysis, or RVAN/DVAN).
Bachelors in a technical field (engineering, science, mathematics, or related) from an accredited institution with 15+ years' experience.
Top Secret clearance with eligibility for SCI required.
Travel throughout US required.
Masters degree (electrical, computer, aeronautical, or equivalent)
USAF Test Pilot School graduate
10+ years’ total experience in Flight Test w/ 6+ years experience in DT&E