Radiation Effects Engineers (REE) are responsible for providing subject matter expertise and guidance for programs and hardware systems with requirements to operate, and meet performance requirements, in any type of ionizing radiation environment. The REE combines multi-disciplined skills ranging from radiation effects and interactions in electronics devices and materials, and radiation environment transport and shielding, with a unique expertise in models and tools. This role requires radiation response testing, modeling and the use of test data to assess hardware designs against the specifications and requirements. The REE derives the system radiation requirements, and combined with parts and specification requirements, prepares the program Radiation Hardness Assurance Plan (RHAP). The REE provides cross discipline support in applying unique skills to program design and system engineers, providing analysis and radiation testing, requirements assessment and flowdown, and modeling and analysis reports. The REE supports the Parts, Materials, and Process Control Board (PMPCB) to assure alignment of radiation requirements with the Parts, Materials, and Process Control Plan. The REE provides radiation analysis of parts and materials as described by the program's Approved Parts, Materials, and Process List (APMPL). Works directly with PMPCB, supply chain and design engineering to achieve a balance of program cost, schedule, and performance objectives with respect to radiation requirements and risk. The REE develops and manages engineering and qualification radiation testing efforts; analyzing and modeling the data, and delivering the test reports.
Required Education: BS Physics, or Engineering from an accredited university.
Desired Education: Graduate Degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering, of Nuclear Engineering.130448
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