Raytheon Technologies Sr Prin Eng, Systems Engrg in McKinney, Texas
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Our Advanced Electro-Optical (AEO) Engineering Product Group has an upcoming opportunity for an experienced Senior Systems Engineer with platform level expertise in window, ray dome, windscreen development for airborne electro-optical and infrared (EO/IR) surveillance and targeting sensor systems. Successful applicants should have a strong technical background in either materials science, electromagnetics (EM), optical systems, or physics and are able to effectively communicate and work within multi–disciplinary teams. Experience should include hardware hands-on experience, requirements management, modeling, performance analysis, platform level integration, test planning, verification and validation testing.
You will be a key contributor in a dynamic system engineering team on a new high-profile program developing the next generation of airborne advanced Electro-Optical systems. The Window Assembly Systems Engineer will be responsible for working within a multi-disciplinary engineering team through planning, development of optical/EM/and material models, performance analysis, execution, procurement, supporting an engineering build, collaboration with operations and manufacturing team, integration, verification and validation testing to support delivery of a new Advanced EO/IR Sensor System. Additionally, the Window Assembly Systems Engineer will generate status and reporting to the program IPTL.
* Position available in McKinney, TX *
Minimum 10 years of systems engineering experience to include airborne EOIR system test, integration verification and validation testing, product transition to production.
Demonstrated experience in optical, EM, and material modeling, performance analysis, and model verification for complex EO/IR sensor systems
Demonstrated airborne EO/IR hardware design and/or systems engineering experience in development and production program.
Experience with requirements development, analysis, derivations, verification and validation.
Experience working within a structured Systems Engineering process environment including a task-oriented, value-based management system; some IPTL or related experience is helpful.
Requires prior engineering team experience, ideally to include systems / IV&V activities.
Ability to interact effectively with multidisciplinary teams of program management and system design professionals including electrical, mechanical, software and logistics engineers.
Requires excellent communication skills (written, verbal, and presentation) and be able to effectively communicate with IPT leaders, hardware and software development engineers, specialty engineers, program managers, and customers.
Experience conducting technical supplier management of development subcontractors.
An active and in-scope DOD Secret US security clearance is required.
Willingness to travel periodically in support of offsite testing along with customer and subcontractor meetings
Production experience in commercial and/or defense industries; production support, troubleshooting, and factory improvement initiatives; knowledge of transition to production programs in the EO/IR domain; developing and executing factory test plans, procedures, and equipment to support an EO/IR sensor system.
Prior experience with platform level window development, fabrication, integration, verification, and validation for a complex EO/IR system.
Publication and presentation of materials, EM, or optics related research in a peer-reviewed journal and conference
Minimum 8 years of experience designing and executing experiments
Minimum 5 years of FEA or FEM analysis (ANSYS, HFSS, CST, COMSOL, STAR-CCM, Code V, Zemax, and FRED are preferred)
Experience with basic scripting and/or software development (MATLAB, C++/C# preferred)
Solid analytical capabilities, or an ability to relate observed phenomenon back to first principals
Bachelor's Degree in a related STEM discipline, such as ME, EE, AE, Math, Physics, Optics, or related.
M.S. or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Math, Physics, or related degree.
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