Northrop Grumman Staff Airborne Systems Operator in Melbourne, Florida
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Northrop Grumman Aeronautics Systems has an opening for a Staff Airborne Systems Operator to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position will be located in Melbourne, Florida.
Provides expertise in the area of Military and Civil Aircraft capabilities to support the Design, Development, Verification, and Validation of Cockpit Systems software and hardware. Conducts briefings, coordinates with engineers and customers to define an implementation, and analyze discrepancies. Act as engineering and customer liaison for Future Development Insertion for the System. Attend Air Vehicle and Mission System Technical Interchange Meetings, Preliminary Design Reviews, Critical Design Reviews, and Assessments. Support engineering with development of test plans, procedures, and test cards to support internal and external Hardware/Software lab based assessments. May conduct demonstrations with customers, government officials, or other personnel to exhibit system capabilities.
This job is in support of the Cockpit Systems IPT. The Cockpit Systems IPT work scope includes laying out the cockpit controls, panels, windscreen/transparencies, escape system, breathing gas system, and all data display and control hardware and software to both fly and execute the mission in compliance with all related requirements (military and civil requirements). Cockpit Systems interfaces with a majority of the other aircraft systems. Cockpit Systems is responsible for the human factors (HF) related design aspects as well as the human-machine interface (HMI) including the coordination and execution of the Cockpit Working Group (CWG). The SOW will be necessary to support IFC design and assessments which will result in delivered product to support the aircraft build and integration.
Job Category : Flight Operations