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Minimum Qualifications:

  • BS in Mechanical, Aerospace, or closely related technical discipline and 10 years of experience OR a MS and 8 years of experience

  • DOD Secret clearance or higher (with a background investigation completed within 6 years of currently enrolled CE)

  • 5 years of experience with reliability principles, practices, root cause analysis, prediction calculations IAW MIL-HDBK-217 and other associated standards

  • Experience with MIL-HDBK-338 and/or MIL-HDBK 1629A

  • Extensive knowledge of structural, mechanical, and electrical oriented Reliability Engineering field

  • Experience with FMEA, FMECA, and FRACAS process

  • Comfortable with fast pace and dynamic product development environments

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with DoD/aerospace practices, and programmatic experience with BOE, RFP, ROM

  • The ideal candidate will be able to determine and execute the right evaluation method (quantitative or

    qualitative) for the question at hand

  • Experience with probability, statistical concepts, and mathematical modelling, mechanical modelling,

    and simulation tools such as Windchill and/or approved prediction methodologies for mechanical and electrical designs

    By joining the Specialty Engineering team you’ll have the opportunity to design, develop and test/analyze product capabilities for a wide area of developmental equipment as well as existing solutions that are repackaged to meet the rugged environment in which our equipment is expected to operate. Our engineers develop and support custom systems at the board, middleware and complete system levels. Our hardware designs range from simple microcontroller-based peripherals to complex secure and rugged processing and type accredited networked systems. Our engineers work as a multidisciplinary team in order to optimize system design and analysis throughout the product lifecycle.

    As part of a multidisciplinary team the Senior Reliability and Maintainability engineer will be engaged in all aspects of a program from bidding to delivery. It is also critical that the candidate exhibit strong communication skills and a desire to engage other engineers to both teach and learn. Candidates should be able to present compound problems to a broad audience that may not possess subject matter expertise or be intimately familiar with what reliability and maintainability encompasses.

    R&M engineers must apply their technical skills within the systems engineering framework (including production and support equipment design) and operating from a wholistic view of the programs they execute

    R&M engineers are responsible for developing, deriving, understanding, and assigning R&M requirements for all phasing of every program

    R&M engineers must be adept at writing guides, developing analyses, and modeling to address requirements at the component, subsystem, and system level

    R&M engineers design, prepare, and review documents in a format consistent with US Military DIDs and interact at the program level during multidisciplinary design reviews (internal and external)

    R&M engineers are responsible for:

    o Assessing Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF), Mean Time Between Critical Failure

    (MTBCF), Mean Time to Repair (MTTR), and Operational Availability

    o Developing reliability predictions based on prediction methods for mechanical/electrical

    components, systems, and support equipment

    o Reviewing engineering designs from other disciplines and approving changes to existing

    designs when applicable

    o Developing reliability analyses based on root cause of failures experienced on the ground or

    in flight

    o ConductingFailureReporting,Analysis,andCorrectiveActionSystem(FRACAS)anddriving

    failure investigations to root cause and corrective action

    o Performing Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Failure Mode Effects, and Criticality

    Analysis (FMECA), Built in Test (BIT) development/demonstrations and effectivity analysis, and system level severity assessments for test program trends and failures at the component, interface, subsystem, and system level

    o Establishing Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) procedures and performing Highly Accelerated Lifetime Testing (HALT)

    The Senior Human Factor engineer is responsible for driving best practices from a Human Factors perspective for all of CSI and as such is expected to actively engage in training and mentoring of engineers that are less experienced in the arena of Human Factors