Mission Systems Power IPT Lead
- Posted 19 Days Ago
- Full time
- Centennial, CO
We are seeking an experienced Systems Engineer with a Bachelor's degree in Systems Engineering or a related engineering field and at least 10 years of relevant experience. In this challenging, fast-paced environment, you'll have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and experience to design and create the most groundbreaking aerospace and defense technologies - those that exist today and those that will shape tomorrow.
As the Interior Modifications Integrated Product Team (IPT) Lead, you will be responsible for the following:
- Developing all aspects of supplemental electrical power sources and the required modifications to the air vehicle, including modification to existing power supply to increase the available electrical power and/or installing new power sources to supplement the existing supply. This includes all structural, electrical, and power system modifications, indication and control required to accommodate these changes.
- Cross-functional collaboration with other groups to gather all inputs to define interfaces and ensure operability with the other mission systems and to ensure operability of the interior with the other mission systems and IPTs.
- Planning and execution of all aircraft ground and flight test to demonstrate functionality.
- Working with your team to divide the workshare between internal and external capability and generate Statements of Work (SOWs) to flow to potential sub-contractors. Once on contract, the lead shall ensure the sub-contractor has the information and communications necessary to complete their task in scope and on time. In addition, the IPT lead will monitor subcontractor progress to ensure program success.
At SNC’s ISR, Aviation and Security (IAS) team we are a leading manned and unmanned aircraft systems integrator for high-performance intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and aviation systems. IAS tailors solutions to customer cost, performance, and schedule requirements and designs to consistently exceed expectations and provide a turnkey approach to enable our customers to focus on their mission. Learn more about IAS
- Bachelor's degree in System Engineering or related Engineering discipline and at least 10 or more years of relevant experience
- An active Secret U.S. Security Clearance
- Knowledge of:
- APUs (Auxiliary Power Units) function and design considerations necessary to select and design installations compliant with TSO-C77B
- Aircraft Power generation, conversion, and distribution systems, and necessary considerations in order to modify and certify within FAA and military regulations.
- Aircraft structures
- Aircraft fire suppression systems
- Interior and/or cargo compliance
- Requirement comprehension and derived requirement development for electrical power generations
- DO-160/MIL-STD-810 Qualification testing procedures for equipment qualification
- FAA and/or military certification regulations for part 23/25 for fixed wing and/or part 27/29 for rotorcraft and MIL-HDBK-516C
- Experience with requirements management and system modelling tools, such as DOORS, Rhapsody, NoMagic, MATLAB
- Knowledgeable of industry standard mechanical design principles, to include, but not limited to requirements management, Model Based System Engineering (MBSE), verification and validation (V&V)
- Experienced or certified in INCOSE standards
- Prior experience in the Aerospace and Defense Industry
- Previous experience leading baseline definition and maturation in a complex development setting, including the use of high impact trade studies and other measures
- Previous experience establishing and tracking key Technical Performance Measurements (TPM)
This position requires current/active Secret U.S. Security Clearance. U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance for employment. Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. The Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DoD CAF), a federal government agency, handles the adjudicative aspects of the security clearance eligibility process for industry applicants. Adjudicative factors which affect the outcome of the eligibility determination include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and illegal drug use.
At Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) we deliver customer-focused technology and best-of-breed integrations in the aerospace and defense sectors. SNC has been honored as one of the most innovative U.S. companies in space, a Tier One Superior Supplier for the U.S. Air Force, and as one of America’s fastest-growing companies. Learn more about SNC