C-130 Electrical Engineer
Gauss Management Research and Engineering (GMRE) is seeking a C-130 Electrical Engineer (CNI Avionics Systems) to perform professional electrical engineering work involved in the application of advanced theories, concepts, principles, and processes to the acquisition, development, or sustainment of weapon systems, subsystems, and/or support equipment. The C-130 Electrical Engineer shall function as the organization's technical specialist in developing system performance requirements, objectives and integration, and the estimation of time and resources for system design, development, and support. They perform complex and comprehensive analysis and uses systematic, disciplined, and quantifiable approaches to implement, develop, and document projects.
- Applies expert knowledge and mastery of advanced engineering theories, principles, concepts, standards, and methods to ensure assigned projects remain consistent with program objectives, costs, schedules, performance criteria, and existing policies.
- Plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates significant and complex projects related to communication, navigation, and surveillance which represent critical segments of major operating programs.
- Provides expertise related to systems, equipment, integration, and overall functionality of electronic circuits, circuit elements, and phenomena associated with electromagnetic or acoustical wave energy or electrical information for purposes providing communication, computation, sensing, control, measurement, and navigation.
- Performs duties involved in research, development, testing, evaluation, operation, maintenance, and/or directing the fabrication, manufacture, and installation of electronic devices or systems.
- Researches, analyzes, and determines available options or the feasibility of different advanced approaches to resolve complex program issues; defines concepts and criteria for future programs or resolves major controversial problems in current programs. Provides innovative recommendations to alter standard practices, equipment, devices, processes, and known techniques.
- Formulates and develops new products and/or theories pertaining to new applications of existing products, e.g. COTS/NDI, to define requirements and assess complexity of integration; including impact of new technology on current systems and processes. Systematically applies expertise in electronics engineering to create new or substantially improved equipment, materials, instrumentation, devices, systems, processes, techniques, and/or procedures.
- Applies experimental theories, new applications or developments to improve operations and/or resolve unique or complex/controversial problems, conditions, or issues.
- Administers the resources required to execute projects, and may adjust funding, schedules, and work based on project reviews.
- Applies an extensive knowledge of the field of electronics engineering and an expert knowledge of the assigned subject matter or functional area to resolve unique or novel problems related to design and development engineering.
- Plans, analyzes, and evaluates engineering and technical efforts used to define total weapons system/subsystem requirements, translate requirements into design criteria, evaluate alternative design approaches, and develop the system specifications.
- Performs analysis and integrates technical requirements, directives, and program plans in support of assigned projects/programs in systems engineering.
- Prepares and reviews detailed specifications, drawings, and supporting documents, evaluates proposals, and presents conclusions and recommendations.
- Evaluates performance with respect to program requirements, evaluates design changes to assess effects on performance, and recommends changes to reduce system cost.
- Coordinates special studies and tradeoff analyses for design changes, recommends solutions to technical problems, and recommends different engineering approaches through the development phase and into production. Analyzes systems/equipment to ensure functional and operational integrity, reliability, and ensure nominal performance/cost relationships.
- Integrates multiple acquisition and/or logistics functions to implement program management strategy.
- Accomplishes complex engineering projects related to systems engineering for which existing guidelines may not be available or applicable.
- Constructs standards and test plans; devises methods, processes, and procedures that become established models for the activity.
- Responsible for executing significant projects representing an important segment of agency programs and provides technical guidance, direction, and advice to engineers in the same specialty.
- Evaluates procedures and employs innovative techniques and methods to achieve goals. In support of engineering reviews and/or panels, develops evaluations and technical justifications of feasibility, practicability, and technical soundness, recognizing priorities as well as the urgency of the situation.
- Work may include use or development of computer aided engineering and analysis tools.
- Develops, executes, and reviews policies, processes, and procedures of a special or miscellaneous character that may span multiple engineering disciplines and requires application of knowledge of such principles. Participates in special projects, initiatives, and prepares oral/written reports.
- Presents briefings and develops technical reports to document progress and results.
- Prepares management reports and conducts technical presentations for planning, implementation, and corrective action.
- Serves as a consultant and technical expert to senior subject matter specialists and/or agency officials responsible for broad program operations.
- Serves as the technical expert for the organization and provides status and advisory services to superiors on problems, issues, and projects in assigned program areas.
- Attends meetings, conferences, briefings, and seminars related to project or program support.
- Conclusions and recommendations have a direct impact on management plans and decisions regarding policies and procedures. Remains mindful of new technology and revolutionary changes in research and development to ensure proper emphasis during the phases of life-cycle support.
- Conducts analysis of various systems, relationships, and models; i.e., evaluating and/or redefining the impact of new capabilities on current systems and policies.
- A recognized expert, the employee has significant responsibility for defining major/critical problems and for advising management officials of advantages or disadvantages of various alternatives. Findings, recommendations, and decisions on functional issues influence processes and procedures used throughout the functional community.
- B.S. Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
- Background in the electrical sciences field including direct experience with modern avionics systems and aerospace practices
- 4+ Years of design and analysis experience
- Experience with Legacy DoD Aircraft desired
- Familiarity with Air Force System Program Offices (SPO) and processes
- Proficient with CAD software and 2+years direct work experience
- Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- MUST be a U.S. citizen able to obtain a U.S. Government SECRET Clearance
Gauss Management Research and Engineering, Inc. (GMRE) is a trusted and reliable partner with our Government and industry customers, known for permanence and integrity, and focused on providing competent and cost-effective capabilities to our clients. Our company has a deep commitment to our core values about our work, family, achievement, and community. We aspire to do work that makes a difference - work that enriches the world. We empower each employee towards collective achievement that surpasses our individual dreams, foster an ever expanding concept of excellence, and produce value and equity that reward our commitment. GMRE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
For more information about the company, visit www.gmre-inc.com
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Sat, 4 Mar 2017 13:07:47 PST