Systems Engineer – Senior Level

Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
ID
2020-1774
Category
Engineering
Business Unit
HDSI
Type
Full-Time
Clearance
Secret Preferred
Location : Location
US-AL-Huntsville

Overview

i3 is seeking a Senior-level systems engineer with requirements, verification, trade studies, and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) experience in the aerospace industry to lead a functional team of mechanical and systems engineers. Lead a functional team to evolve mechanical systems from basic concepts to feasible structural solutions that meet customer requirements, support requirements development and verification, support ground test development and correlation efforts. This position requires the systems engineer to manage and conduct various trade studies across a wide-range of hypersonics topics. This position supports Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) activities to improve modeling & simulation efforts.

Responsibilities

  • Lead a functional team of approximately 20 mechanical and systems engineers.
  • Perform requirements analysis at all levels of total system product to include: concept, design, fabrication, test, installation, operation, maintenance, and disposal.
  • Ensure the logical and systematic conversion of customer or product requirements into total systems solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints.
  • Perform functional analysis, timeline analysis, detail trade studies, requirements allocation, requirements verification, and interface definition studies.

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering.
  • Minimum eight (8) years aerospace industry experience.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance required.

Job Requirements:

  • Demonstrated understanding of M&S systems and their uses.
  • Model Based Systems Engineer (MBSE) certifications (e.g. OMG, INCOSE) or progress towards these certifications.

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