Electric Boat

E440 Electronic Control Systems/Hardware/Test Test-Engineer

Requisition ID
2018-11766
Location
US-CT-Groton
Trade
Engineering
Remaining Openings
3
Post End
3/5/2018
Shift
1st

Job Description

The Payload Launch Control and Onboard Trainers Engineering department applies highly diversified skills to produce weapon and payload launching electronics for US Navy nuclear submarines.  Leveraging the latest state-of-the-art technologies, Payload Launch Control systems are provided for Weapon Launch Control; Payload Launch Control; Weapons Stowage and Handling; and shipboard and land based trainers.  Engineering opportunities range from initial system concept, requirements analysis/definition, design/development, hardware/software integration, system integration, test, delivery, customer interaction, and project management of these systems.  For delivered submarines, engineering efforts extend to the analysis and resolution of fleet identified problems, assessment of obsolescence issues, and implementation of modernization programs.

Education/ Experience

Required Qualifications

  • +15 years of US Navy experience
  • Strong written, oral communication, and interpersonal skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience relevant to job description including embedded control system design/analysis; systems architecture, design, and integration; test verification of hardware, software, and system requirements; and project management of complex systems
  • US Navy experience involving the operation and maintenance of combat and weapons systems

Skills

Responsibilities may include

  • Developing and integrating electronics hardware including procurement and manufacturing
  • Developing system concept of operations
  • Analyzing high-level requirements and documentation to define system and sub-subsystems requirements
  • Collaborating with other electrical, mechanical, ship systems, ship control systems, and systems engineers to develop control logic and define interface requirements
  • Selecting/developing interfacing sensors, actuators, and cabling
  • Defining and managing system interfaces
  • Leading development of system cabling or electronic hardware drawings
  • Integrating complex systems and components
  • Designing, packaging, and troubleshooting of software enabled electronic circuits
  • Validating system functionality through hardware and software development efforts
  • Supporting shipboard integration, testing, and troubleshooting
  • Developing system test and environmental qualification plans
  • Developing/performing test procedures and automated software-based test scenarios
  • Supporting system test verification activities
  • Occasional travel required

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