Raytheon Technologies Subject Matter Expert - Fuzing Engineer in Tucson, Arizona
Are you a subject matter expert in electronic fuzing technologies?
Would you enjoy knowing your efforts directly impact defending our nation and allies?
Do you enjoy leading a team as much as contributing in one?
If you can answer "yes" to these questions, we want to talk to you!
This position is in the Energetics and Propulsion Department, which is part of the Mechanical Products Team. This organization is responsible for the full spectrum of warhead fuzing, rocket motor ignition and all other weapon initiation safety systems technology.
Develop architectures, top-level design concepts and requirements for new safety system needs.
The successful candidate will:
Apply or develop advanced electronic fuzing technologies for our product lines.
Provide technical oversight to subcontractors and mentor other engineers
Support the Safety Engineering organization
Frequently interface with the Customer to identify user needs
Work with customers, subcontractors and suppliers to resolve engineering issues, develop new products and hold technical reviews
Develop initial safety system architectures and top level designs
Design, analyze, test and evaluate fuzing systems
Develop Statements-of-Work (SOWs)
Develop Critical Item Development Specifications (CIDS)
Support fact-finding and contract negotiations
Ensure technical rigor and depth of all deliverables
Develop and present technical fuzing designs and updates to the government safety review boards.
Must be willing to travel to suppliers and government facilities
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.
Required Experience Skills and Education:
Bachelor’s degree in any of the following: General Engineering, Aerospace, Mechanical, Electrical, Systems Engineering, Applied Physics or related field.
Ten (10) years of electronic circuit design (digital and/or analog) and analysis (MS with 8 years or Ph.D. with 6 years of experience)
Engineering experience in fuzing systems development and/or initiation systems
US Citizenship is required
Desired Experience and Skills:
Advanced degree as described above
Fifteen (15) years of directly related experience in fuzing and safety subsystems
Experience performing electrical stress analysis, electrical thermal analysis, shock and vibration assessment.
Ability to analyze analog, digital, mixed signal and power conversion circuits using simulation and computational skills.
Interface with engineering groups within Missile Systems for analyses and subject matter experts
Preparation and presentation of technical papers for customer safety review boards.
Experience in developing Fuzing, Safe & Arm products that meet MIL-STD-1316, MIL-STD-1901 and MIL-STD-464.
Working knowledge of JOTP-051, 052, 053.
Experience with energetic and pyrotechnic initiators, exploding foil deflagrating initiators (EFDI), low energy exploding foil initiators (LEEFI) and their operation.
Technical writing skills in the areas of detailed design requirements, test requirements, statements of work, white papers and technical presentations.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.