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Provide operational research analysis services at NSWC PHD Virginia Beach Detachment.
Responsibilities may include but not limited to:
- Assist in the area of radar fleet support during engineering development, system maintenance, and introduction of a prototype model that has been installed for evaluation in an active fleet ship. Provide onboard technical assistance for correction of shipboard casualties. Plan and coordinate ship grooms, providing data collection, evaluation, training and equipment assistance. Provide fleet and land based technical support to resolve system problems, conduct operator training, collect system data and provide analysis and recommendations for system operation.
- Analyze operational and maintenance data to determine design defects detracting from the equipment or system's capability to perform its intended mission and recommend corrections or improvements for translation into engineering changes.
- Participate in development of radar system engineering models. Analyze existing requirements/ capabilities and identify shortfalls and areas of risk. Address system requirement modifications through engineering change proposals using redesign efforts in hardware and software (including all aspects of system support).
- Review and evaluate performance specifications and technical design documents for conformance to system operational requirements and contractual requirements; recommend design improvements; review proposed design improvements, waivers, deviations and alterations for their impact on performance, interoperability, configuration control, reliability, maintainability, availability, man-power, quality, safety, risk and life cycle cost. Determine areas of deficiencies and document complex and simple system level and combat systems problems.
- One must posess a Master’s degree from an accredited university in engineering, computer science, math or physics.
- 10 years of experience in conducting engineering development of combat systems elements.
- In addition to the experience listed above, 4 years of experience in engineering involving surveillance radars such as, but not limited to AN/SPS-48, AN/SPS-49, AN/SPS-73, AN/SPS-67 and/or AN/SPQ-9.