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BAE Systems is seeking Guidance Navigation & Control Engineers to support the Air Force's next generation Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) weapon system acquisition. Our customer is the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) Program Office located at Hill AFB, north of Salt Lake City, Utah. This will be a long term project with the weapon system anticipated to remain operational until 2075.
This position will be in the Burlington MA area in support of the GBSD Program Office at Hill AFB.
Specifically BAE Systems is seeking a versatile Electrical Design Engineer – Embedded Systems to provide subject matter expertise to the Air Force in their evaluation of candidate Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC) systems for the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent. Responsibilities include:
- Functional/performance assessment of contractor GNC analog and digital electronics designs using industry standard simulation tools as required. GNC electronics to be evaluated include power conditioning, timing, processing/memory, sensor support, and inter/intra LRU communications
- Evaluation of contractor approaches to GNC system grounding and EMI/EMC control
- Collaborate with manufacturing to assess producibility of contractor GNC designs
- Collaborate with Reliability, Availability, Maintainability (RAM) to assess the reliability of contractor GN&C electronics designs
- Collaborate with systems engineering and sensors teams to assess accuracy/performance of sensor support electronics designs
- Collaborate with system hardness engineer to assess radiation hardness of GNC electronics designs
Additionally, this position will require the ability to work with coworkers in other facilities and the mentoring of junior and mid-level guidance engineers.
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