Northrop Grumman Engineer Electronics 3 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems located in Oklahoma City, OK has an opening for a Electronic Engineer 3. The selected candidate will perform Avionics Hardware Sustainment Engineering activities in support of maintenance and upgrades for the B-2 bomber.
This position supports Avionics Hardware Sustaining Engineering activities for airborne communications, navigation, computing, controls and displays, status and monitoring systems, radar, and defensive management system employed on the B-2 aircraft. Position involves close coordination with Government personnel at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC) and Military maintainers for Aircraft fleet support, avionics system sustainment analysis and reporting, System Integration Laboratory hardware support, and other avionics technical investigations, as directed. Position is located in Oklahoma City, OK.
Researches, designs, develops, and tests a variety of electronic equipment and systems, including radar and radiation detection equipment; radio, television and other communications equipment and systems; circuitry components; analog and digital computers; and control and test equipment.
Bachelor's Degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics discipline from an accredited university and 5+ years (Bachelors) or 3+ years (Masters) years of experience.
Candidate must have an active DoD Secret and a background investigation within the scope of six years. Candidate must be able to obtain and maintain all required security clearances and program specific accesses.
Candidateshould be familiarwith avionics systems, component, circuit card, and Box level qualification process.
A thorough understanding of the Avionic systems is desired. Experience with IPT operations and Government development processes strongly desired.
Candidate must possess ability to evaluate component level replacements on circuit cards for Configuration Change Inquiry (CCI).
Avionics analysis experience ranging from system to component levels and an ability to diagnose and provide recommendations via engineering reports on avionics investigations.
Understanding of Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Supplies (DMSMS) issues is required.
B-2 Program Security Requirements:
A PAR is not a day 1 requirement. However, if the candidate does not have current program access an approved Unclassified SOW Waiver Request will be required prior to working on the B-2 Program.
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