Engineer Electrical 3

Northrop Grumman Technical Services, Airborne Systems Integration Center seeks an electrical engineer to serve within our electrical engineering team.  The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation as an electrical engineer with experience modifying aircraft for special mission applications.   The individual will support technology and business development activities, proposals (including schedules and cost estimates), design reviews, component and system level test, and certification.  The individual must have the technical skills for designing and coordinating the integration of avionics upgrades and payloads aboard aircraft solutions to include SIGINT payloads, radars, electro-optical systems, communications systems and survivability equipment.  Technical activities include supporting programs, providing engineering support during design, manufacturing, integration, and test in the area of aircraft modification and integration.  A strong background in electrical engineering, including preparing electrical engineering reports, wiring diagrams, block diagrams, electrical load analysis, ground/flight test reports and other technical reports required to obtain FAA Field and STC approvals is needed.   Qualifications   Basic Qualifications:         Must be a U.S. Citizen with ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance or higher        B.S. degree in Electrical or Electronics Engineering plus a minimum of five (5) years aircraft integration or related engineering experience        Ability to generate electrical drawings and design diagrams using AutoCAD or similar software        Experience integrating surveillance and communication technologies and other systems onto aircraft        Familiarity with EMI/EMC prevention, wire shielding and wire protection/sizing        Knowledge of aircraft electrical systems, wiring diagrams, and engineering documentation        Past experience in developing electrical modification and installation work instructions, procedures and recommendations        Ability to demonstrate clear verbal and written communication skills and work well in a team environment        Ability to travel infrequently for business, CONUS   Preferred Qualifications:        Former domain experience with military operations, military intelligence, ISR aircraft, UAS and/or US Special Forces        Knowledge and understanding of FAA 14 CFR Part 23 & Part 25 aircraft certifications requirements and the Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) process is highly preferred        Multidisciplinary experience to include avionics and systems engineering        Existing Secret Clearance or higher with work experience on restricted programs is highly preferred        Ability/interest to occasionally travel to forward deployed, high risk areas like Afghanistan for short term test and system fielding projects (1-4 weeks) 18020002
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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