Lockheed Martin Electronics Engineer - Fleet Ballistic Missile program in Cape Canaveral, Florida
This position is an experienced professional position supporting Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) D5 Life Extension (D5LE) Avionics Engineering. The position will perform electronics engineering support of the completion of development activities and support of production for the three D5LE packages. Travel required to manufacturing facilities, possibly for weeks at a time, as business needs arise. Engineer will perform problem investigation of hardware acceptance testing at the part, CCA and package level.
Job responsibilities will include: - Troubleshooting (determination of root cause) of Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) failures. Generate fault trees, perform analysis and generate and execute test plans to exonerate branches of the fault tree. Act as primary petitioner to Failure Review Board to gain approval of root cause determination (including all activities required to achieve such a determination). - Engineering role in Material Review Board (MRB). Execute analysis required to achieve MRB approval of hardware disposition determination. Track MRB and defects and drive hardware disposition activities to closure. MRB authority will be commensurate with knowledge and experience. - Identify and implement corrective actions relative to CCA test failures. This includes updates to Acceptance Test Requirements (ATRs), ATPs and support equipment software and hardware design and implementation. (Intent is for engineers to be capable of making changes to the ATP software implementation.) - Perform trend analysis of in-family data, failure data (Pareto analysis) and production defects. Propose appropriate production yield improvements accordingly. - Identify producibility improvements to lower cost and/or improve yield. - Extensive interaction with subcontractors - Support facility testing schedule, which may include times outside of Monday-Friday first shift business hours
*Ability to obtain Secret Clearance required for this role. *This position requires special access to support the program and requires the selected candidate to be a US Citizen
Basic Qualifications 1.Degree emphasis in Electrical, Electronics, or Computer Engineering from an accredited college or equivalent professional experience combined with experience and specialized training commensurate with the position. 2.Familiarity with Electrical Engineering Simulation Tools (such as SPICE). Experience using lab equipment (oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, power supplies). 3.Understanding of the development of analog, digital and/or mixed signal circuit design for missile, spacecraft or aircraft avionics electronics 4.Excellent communication skills with the ability to articulate complex technical issues to subordinates, peers, management, subcontractors and customers. 5.Experience with failure investigations with working knowledge of root cause methodologies. (E.g., Fault tree, fishbone diagrams)
*This position requires special access to support the program and requires the selected candidate to be a US Citizen
Desired skills 1.Experience working in team environments and must model excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. 2.Experience performing formal root cause analysis 3.Automated test management software (such as Test Stand, Test Studio or Matlab) 4.Mentor DxSim or Hyperlynx 5.C programming language proficiency 6.Experience as Certified Principal Engineer delegate on avionics electronics package or component design 7.Experience in providing engineering support to electronics package production and the disposition of production hardware (E.g., Material Review Board or equivalent) 8.Working knowledge of electronics product acceptance test methodologies and special test equipment 9.Experience in an adjacent engineering field (E.g., mechanical, specialty, survivability, materials/processes) 10.Experience working with subcontractors and remote field sites 11.Working knowledge of LM Command Media for electronics engineering design disciplines
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Job Location(s): Cape Canaveral Florida