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The Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) Systems Engineering Integration & Test (SEIT) capability is currently seeking Systems Engineers to support a portfolio of fixed wing and weapons programs in St. Louis, MO and Oklahoma City, OK. We are specifically seeking engineers with experience in one of the following three disciplines: Reliability & Maintainability (R&M), Human Factors Engineering, and/or Onboard Health Management.
Reliability & Maintainability:
- Analyze customer provided requirements and develop Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) program plans that achieve customer objectives.
- Allocate top level requirements to design team specifications and work statements, develop R&M predictions, and track performance.
- Analyze system and individual part parameters to develop projected product utilization and calculate cumulative effect on final system reliability.
- Perform failure mode, effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) and formulate mathematical models to identify items posing excessive failure and safety risks and propose changes in design and maintenance strategies.
- Support failure reporting and corrective action system (FRACAS) development and other root-cause corrective action (RCCA) activity.
- Participate on design teams, provide guidance and recommendations to designers and management to ensure reliability and maintainability objectives are achieved.
Onboard Health Management:
- Develop Testability models from schematics, FMECAs, ICDS and other available supplier documentation to assess compliance to customer fault detection/isolation requirements.
- Run scripts to translate these models into a form that is executable logic on the aircraft, and simulates the intended operation.
- Work with the real-time software development team to integrate the resulting executable applications into the Mission Computing hardware.
- Establish and translate requirements into hardware and software for health management functionality.
- Assess the effectiveness of system health technologies.
Human Factors Engineering:
- Requirements development; design documentation including software interface design/analyses and collaboration to facilitate equipment selection, design and arrangement.
- Collaborate across Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) and coordinate with the customer and user communities.
- Apply a knowledge of military standards (such as MIL-STD-1472, MIL-STD-1474, MIL-STD-1787, MIL-STD-3009, MIL-STD-411F and JSSG-2010 requirements) to meet program requirements.
- Demonstrate ideas to stakeholders through the use of tools such as concept models, sketches, wireframes and prototypes.
- Define display and lighting requirements for human perception.
- Conduct ergonomic assessments and applying knowledge of human physical limitations.
Security Clearance Requirements:
This position requires the ability to obtain a US Security Clearance for which the US Government requires US Citizenship (post-start).
Basic Qualifications (Required):
- The ability to obtain a US Secret Security Clearance (post start)
- Bachelors degree in an engineering or equivalent field
- 1+ years of engineering experience
- Experience in the aerospace or defense industry
- 2+ years of Reliability and Maintainability (R&M), System Safety, and/or Human Factors experience.
- Masters degree and course work in statistics.
- Electrical Engineering degree or course work.
- Military experience, while not required is desirable.
- Experience conducting Usability Studies, Workload Studies and Situation Awareness Studies.
- Experience utilizing research methods and empirical statistics in a limited subject availability environment.
- Experience in conducting goal-directed ,hierarchical, and critical tasks analysis.
- Experience conducting traditional and multivariate anthropometric studies and measurement.
- Microsoft Excel, MATLAB/Simulink, Boeing RAMC, and Vanderbilt FACT run time reasoning tools.
- MIL-HDBK-217F Reliability Prediction Electronic Equipment.
- Rome Air Development Center AD-A153 744 Reliability Derating Procedure.
- MIL-STD-1629 Rev A Procedure for Performing a Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis.