Are you an engineer who has been out of college for at least 18 months?
Are you an early career engineer who sees beyond your project to the overall systems level?
Would you consider yourself a “non-standard thinker” always thinking of new and innovative ways of doing things?
Do you like to dissect systems and understand how they work and go together?
Are you ready to create systems solutions to protect the US war fighter’s technology advantage?
Now is your chance with Raytheon Missile Systems located in Tucson, AZ!
If you answered yes to the above, then Raytheon Missile Systems may have an excellent career opportunity for you at our Tucson, AZ facility.Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) is looking for highly motivated systems engineers interested in developing System Security Solutions with the ability to understand and communicate with other engineering disciplines.
The Systems Design Center within the System Design & Performance Directorate has systems design responsibility for programs in the following product lines: Naval and Area Mission Defense, Air Warfare Systems, Land Combat Systems, Air and Missile Defense Systems and Advanced Missile Systems.The center is currently looking for Entry Level Systems Security Engineers to develop systems design solutions for programs in various stages of the product life cycle.Required Degree, Skills and Experience:Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, Computer Science, Engineering Science, or Robotics from an ABET accredited school—graduated 18 months or more ago.Applied engineering experience with exposure in one or more of the following domains: Systems Engineering, Software or Firmware development, Systems Integration and/or Test, ASIC development, Digital Electronics design, or similar work history.Past work experience (professional or academic) interacting with multidisciplinary teams of system design professionals including electrical, mechanical, software and logistics engineers The position requires being able to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense Secret Clearance
Desired Skills:Active Department of Defense clearanceMS in Engineering, Computer Science, Math or PhysicsExperience in design, development and fielding of secure systems for military applications:“relevant experience” is knowledge of a broad array of program protection concepts, reverse engineering tools and techniques, failure analysis, and cryptography.Detailed understanding of and experience in engineering security solutions for Government customersPrior work experience giving technical briefs or presentations after synthesizing or generating technical materials from multidisciplinary sources Matlab and/or C++ experienceModeling and Simulation experienceExperience with model-based systems engineeringAbility to visualize system functionality, to create block diagrams, and to analyze system performanceAbility to analyze issues and define solutionsAbility to perform trade studies to optimize system performanceFamiliarity with DoD customer infrastructure with respect to command and control, telemetry, flight test, ISR, fixed wing, and/or rotary wing systemsUnderstanding of Systems Engineering Product Development Cycle Strong communication skills including effective written, verbal, and listening skills This position requires the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. The Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (DISCO), an agency of the Department of Defense, handles and adjudicates the security clearance process. Security clearance factors include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and drug involvement. Employment is contingent on other factors, including, but not limited to, background checks and drug screens.
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