Systems Engineering Intern

Description:Reliability, Maintainability, and Supportability (RM&S) engineering intern for Advanced Development Programs. The candidate will be familiar with RM&S analysis methods, including reliability predictions and
allocations, mission reliability analysis, failure modes and effects analysis, maintainability predictions (mean time to repair, crew size), maintenance task analysis, prognostics, diagnostics, health management, scheduled maintenance, timeline analysis, human factors, logistics footprint, support equipment requirements, manpower requirements, and sortie generation rate. The applicant will perform trade studies to establish system, segment, and equipment RM&S requirements, assess their performance, and influence the design. The candidate will also participate in establishing RM&S requirements for conceptual designs based on customer needs, state-of-the-art technology capabilities, and program level performance requirements. These requirements will be established in system, segment, and equipment specifications and contractor and supplier statements of work. The candidate will assist with developing and maintaining program RM&S processes, establishing RM&S technical performance measures (TPMs), coordinating internal RM&S technical reviews, establishing RM&S risks, opportunities, and issues, and developing system reliability and availability models.

Must be a US Citizen, position is located at a facility that requires special access.
Basic Qualifications:
• Pursuing Bachelor's or above degree in systems engineering, aeronautical engineering, mechanical engineering, or another related technical field.
Desired Skills:
• Experience establishing Reliability and Maintainability Sustainability requirements
• Strong math skills
• Proficiency in RM&S tools

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