Bachelors degree from an accredited college in Electrical Engineering or a related discipline.
Experience with access/excel databases.
E1461:Systems Engineer Asc
This position reports to the F-35 Business and Field Operations Manager. In this position the candidate will be performing scientific research, processing field maintenance data, evaluating fix effectiveness, and statistical/trend analyses on Mission Systems covering the Radar / Electronic Warfare (EW) equipment.
The successful candidate will analyze and interpret data from all operational maintenance data sources for use in reliability and maintainability analyses on Mission Systems equipment including reliability and maintainability quantitative measures, and fix effectiveness projections, Reliability Centered Maintenance Analysis, Level of Repair Analysis, Failure Reporting, Root Case and Corrective Action Analysis (FRACAS), Trending, and Statistical analysis. Design Team coordination in selection and evaluation of various configurations (trade studies), equipment, and interfaces with suppliers are included. Provide R&M data via FRACAS database as appropriate. Support JRMET/TDSB and RMRB boards as required on R&M matters for the aircraft; support evaluation and document deficiencies that impact the R&M performance of the aircraft and participate in the evaluation of corrective action to determine the effectiveness of the fix; track base operations for trends.
The successful candidate must be able to help develop concise formats, and generate and present information utilizing computer readouts, graphs, charts, tables, written reports or other methods.
Ability to perform detail-oriented work with a high degree of accuracy and quick delivery. Effective analytical and problem solving skills.
Effective analytical and problem solving skills.
Effective oral and written communication skills. Technical writing for the preparation of protocols, plans, and reports. Ability to travel as needed
MatLab, Minitab, SAS or ReliaSoft experience is a plus
Understanding of reliability/maintainability fundamentals