Systems Engineering Intern
Description:Avionics System (Mission System) Integration & Test engineer, responsible for performance of avionics system integration test and support of flight test for the Integrated Fighter Group (IFG) F-16, F-22 & FA-50/T-50 aircraft. This assignment includes laboratory System Integration testing and Avionics Integration flight testing of Communication, Navigation and Identification (CNI), Data Link, Radar/Sensors, Stores/Weapons, Displays, and Mission Computer systems. Tasks will include test planning, development of laboratory and aircraft checkout test procedures, conduct of avionics system integration lab
testing and analysis of test data/results, development of flight test objectives and procedures, support of avionics flight test locally and on-site at US Air Force Test Centers and customer locations, and performance of system level verification testing. The position also includes the support of other IPT activities
affected by the system and flight test integration including flight test operations, instrumentation, production aircraft delivery, test station, software, training & training systems, subsystem & weapons, support equipment, and T.O. development. Shift work to support 24 hour lab schedules is required.
Must be a US Citizen; this position requires a government security clearance. This position is located at a facility that requires special access.
Pursuing a degree from an accredited college in Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Cyber Security Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Physics, or any other Engineering degree.
Excellent technical and communications skills (verbal & written) are required. Desire/ability to work in a laboratory environment. Understanding of electrical
wiring diagrams, schematics and engineering drawings. Proficient in data analysis, problem identification/isolation, and troubleshooting. Proficient
in the use of MS Office Suite applications, Document Processors, Databases, technical graphics, etc. Ability to obtain a DOD Secret security clearance. Physically able to access aircraft cockpit test fixtures and conduct lab testing for typical 6 hour test shifts.
Knowledge of basic electronics, computer programming, and RF communications
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