F/A-18 Advanced Electronic Warfare Studies Project Lead with Security Clearance
Company: The Boeing Company
Posted on: November 10, 2019
At Boeing, we are all innovators on a mission to connect, protect,
explore and inspire. From the seabed to outer space, you'll learn
and grow, contributing to work that shapes the world. Find your
future with us. The F/A-18EF Electronic Warfare (EW) team is
looking for a mid-level electronic warfare system design engineer
to lead Advanced EW trades studies, capability/kill chain analysis,
modeling & simulation, and other collaborative advanced technology
efforts in preparation for an Advanced EW development program for
the F/A-18EF. The primary responsibilities for this position is to
be the project lead that works closely with EW subject matter
experts to develop and execute design trades studies, analyze
capability improvements, build modeling and simulation frameworks,
and work technology collaboration across Boeing programs and
organizations. This position will also be the primary interface to
plan, review, and brief these activities to Customer and Boeing
technical and leadership representatives. In addition, this
position will interact directly with EW subsystem providers to work
detailed design, analysis, models, and capability assessments.
Position Responsibilities: Develop requirements, studies, designs,
and analyze EW performance including EW subsystem performance,
aircraft integration, and aircraft system level performance. Plan
and execute trade studies to make design decisions. Develop
requirements, study, and design modeling and simulation analysis
for capability assessment. Apply root-cause analysis of anomalies.
Work across a disparate functions, programs, and organizations;
from production programs, and research and development programs.
Execute basic project management skills such as cost and schedule
management and critical handoffs Develop technical and programmatic
presentations that supports Boeing, supplier, and customer
interactions in a well thought out, coherent manner. This position
requires an active Current Secret U.S. Security Clearance. (A U.S.
Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is
considered active.) Basic Qualifications (Required
Skills/Experience): 3+ years of industry experience working in an
engineering related discipline 2+ years of electronic warfare or
related sensor experience. Preferred Qualifications (Desired
Skills/Experience): Familiarity with Earned Value Management and
applicability of program execution to business goals. Experience
and understanding of proper Boeing/supplier conduct. Experience in
program briefings of technical and program progress to all levels
of Boeing, Supplier, and Customer leadership. Excellent
communication skills and experience working across many disparate
engineering disciplines. 5+ years of project management experience.
Familiarity with the F/A-18 aircraft. 5+ years of avionics hardware
& software design and development. Experience with AFSIM and/or
flight sim models. Typical Education/Experience:
Education/experience typically acquired through advanced technical
education from an accredited course of study in engineering,
computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry (e.g. Bachelor)
and typically 5 or more years' related work experience or an
equivalent combination of technical education and experience (e.g.
PhD, Master+3 years' related work experience). In the USA, ABET
accreditation is the preferred, although not required,
accreditation standard. Relocation: Relocation assistance is
provided for qualified candidates. Boeing is a Drug Free Workplace
where post offer applicants and employees are subject to testing
for marijuana, cocaine, opioids, amphetamines, PCP, and alcohol
when criteria is met as outlined in our policies. All information
provided will be checked and may be verified.
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