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This is a Systems Design Interface (DI) Lead position for the Systems Engineering Integration and Test (SEIT) IPT on a complex Electro-Optical (EO) Program. The design interface team oversees the Electrical, Mechanical, and Optical interfaces of the system. As the DI Lead, you will drive the execution by providing direction to the team while considering technical, cost, and schedule priorities of the program. Responsibilities of the team include development and maintenance of interface control documents (ICDs), supporting Failure Review Boards, requirements verification, ownership of the power management model, CONOPS, sensor level integrated model management, and Multi-Layer Insulation (MLI) blanket design.
Bachelor?s degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM), or Master's Degree/PhD in relevant field with 8 years of engineering experience
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