Vehicle Level Electrical Systems Integrator Intern

Description:At the dawn of a new space age, Lockheed Martin is a pioneer, partner, innovator and builder. Our amazing men and women are on a mission to make a difference in the world and every day we use our unique skills and experiences to create, design and build solutions to some of the worlds' hardest engineering problems. Our culture encourages employees to dream big, perform with excellence and create incredible products. We provide the resources, inspiration and focus and if you have the passion and courage to dream big, we want to build a better tomorrow with you.

Provide systems engineering integration support to Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) electrical subsystems through the integration, test, and launch operation phases. Support failure investigations, Failure Review Boards (FRB)s and anomaly resolution in a real-time test environment. Support special tests directed by failure review boards. Review Production documentation and test results. Review test data, perform audits and reviews on test and grounds support equipment. Verify compliance to requirements or report signs of anomaly. Maintain test requirements documents. Review test procedures and process instructions based on those requirements. Prepare or review test reports, requirements verification engineering memos, and other technical reports. Support Certified Principal Engineers (CPE)s in certification of the spacecraft. Act as CPE delegate for electrical subsystems on AEHF space vehicle.

Candidate must have ability to work under general supervision, multi-task, and possess strong organizational and communication skills. Candidate must also be a self-starter with the ability to take ownership of assigned tasks and develop solutions.

Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD SECRET security clearance
Basic Qualifications:
Enrolled in Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering, computer science or related field.
-Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD SECRET security clearance
Desired Skills:
Knowledge of electrical instrumentation and measurement
systems and techniques
- Ability to work effectively with engineering functional/program management and other functional disciplines.
- Ability to analyze and troubleshoot electrical circuits.
- Ability to understand hardware design, manufacture, test and integration.
- Ability to work with engineering drawings and electrical diagrams
- Familiarity with specifications/tools/procedures
- Interest in spacecraft hardware testing, planning and execution
- Exposure to electrical systems integration
- Knowledge of Bills of Material and product data
management
- Knowledge of manufacturing processes and
documentation
- Knowledge of manufacturing processes and procedures


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