Argon ST, A Boeing Company, has tremendous career development opportunities for highly motivated problem solvers who would like to be a part of an innovative, diverse team of Systems Engineers.
A Systems Engineer applies an interdisciplinary, collaborative approach to the analyses, design, development and verification of a lifecycle balanced system of systems. This individual will assist with evaluating customer/operational
needs in order to refine system performance and functional requirements and define physical, functional and program interfaces. In addition, the selected candidate will assist with various analyses to optimize the system architecture;
including performing root cause analysis and defining corrective action.
Basic job tasks will include:
Why Work Here?
Argon ST builds the advanced electronics payloads that are carried around the globe by our nation's forces every day. These payloads range from small-footprint highly mobile systems for unmanned aircraft up to larger multi-rack systems installed on submarines and naval ships patrolling the open seas.
The challenges our engineers tackle span a broad range of applications including:
Argon ST offers engineers an exciting and collaborative work environment where creativity and innovation are encouraged and rewarded. Our talented staff works together to solve complex engineering problems, learn new technologies, and interact with a variety of customers. We have great benefits, flexible work schedules, casual dress code, and tremendous opportunities for growth. We offer the ability to gain experience in many different areas with all the opportunities that a large company offers.
Come join our team and grow with us!
Relocation Assistance Available
No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.
Typical Education and Experience:
Bachelor, Master or Doctorate of Science degree from an accredited course of study, in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry. ABET is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard.
Job ID 1700013473