Systems Engineer II/Sr. Systems Engineer
Do you enjoy tackling technical problems no one has solved before?
Do you want to join a team that thrives on diversity of thought and innovative ideas?
If you answered "yes", then the Raytheon Systems Verification Test and Analysis Directorate (SVTAD) is interested in you. Our elite team integrates complex technology, debugging and resolving interface issues as we produce, demonstrate and deliver state-of-the-art software for areas including radars, command and control platforms, missile systems and cyber defense. As an integrator you will learn the design principles of new systems by attending design reviews to determine their architecture, operations and interfaces. As a Systems Engineer you will design specialized technical testing to demonstrate system performance to our customers, typically including live fire testing in the field. Join a world class team of systems engineers who are building defense technologies to make the world a safer place. Explore some of the systems you may be working with as a member of our team.
Ballistic Missile Defense:
Air and Missile Defense Radar:
IDS Engineering’s Systems Validation, Test and Analysis Directorate (SVTAD) is the central focus for integration, test and validation activities. SVTAD employees provide the expertise to ensure customer success through the development and execution of innovative and comprehensive test, verification, and validation strategies, processes, tools and techniques. SVTAD employees are involved in all aspects of test including: design-for-test, integration, subsystem and component level testing through sell-off of IDS' most sophisticated systems and technologies.
Join this highly visible team and perform technically challenging assignments which will directly contribute to protecting our nation and our war fighters.
The AN/TPY-2 Consolidated Contractor Logistic Support (CCLS) program is in need of a Radar Systems supporting the AN/TPY-2 Radar at Ft. Hood, TX.
The Systems Engineer will run engineering tests to troubleshoot radar system anomalies (e.g. REX, BSG, Antenna/Sub-Array/TRIMMs). Assist in providing weekly reports on the status of engineering activities and maintaining a Radar performance notebook with such data as El Ops runs, satellite tracks, IMU measurements, and radar calibration as required. Notebook entries will be forwarded to the Missile Defense Center (MDC) in Woburn, MA for performance monitoring and data analysis and regression testing as required. Assist in the establishment of RF Hazard/Keep-Out Zones (KOZs). Assist in the development and implementation of site-unique radiation procedures. Comply with all QA and Automated Logistics Control System (ALCS) reporting requirements associated with providing accurate and complete data in a timely manner. The Radar Systems Engineer is responsible for the health and status of the radar as well as running the radar missions.
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