Overview

Requisition 29454

Location: Broken Arrow, OK  Broken Arrow , Oklahoma 72014 , United States (US)

The System Engineer supports Aircrew Training System (ATS) and Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) programs via the performance of systems engineering, project engineering, subcontractor management, modification design, logistics engineering and proposal estimation and proposal preparation tasks.

 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Assists in analyzing technical requirements and developing specifications and Statements of Work for modifications, updates, improvements to, and/or new ATS/CLS program components.
  • Reviews and edits Statements of Work, Specifications, and technical documents prepared and/or submitted by others
  • Supports program management and logistics functions via the performance of analyses and trade studies.
  • Assists in preparing cost estimates and technical text for ATS, CLS proposals, Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), Advance Change Study Notices (ACSNs), and Contract Change Proposals (CCPs), and New Business proposals.
  • Assists in accomplishing subcontractor/vendor technical design reviews and audits.  May direct subcontractor personnel or provide in-depth analysis of subcontractor performance for progress payment purposes.
  • Participates as a presenter and/or technical advisor in customer technical interchange meetings, audits and program reviews.
  • Prepares subcontractor/vendor specifications and Statement of Work for Request for Proposals (RFPs) and subcontracts.  Performs technical evaluations of proposals received and prepares recommendations for upper management.

Knowledge, Skills and Ability:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently or with others without constant direct supervision.
  • Ability to tactfully manage and direct subcontractor personnel.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and to assume responsibility for accuracy and completeness of work.
  • Ability to accept direction from other managers on various projects.
  • Ability to accurately use a computer and software.
  • Solid knowledge of ATS design and logistics engineering concepts.

 

           

 Level I:

 

 

Education and Formal Training:

Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering or computer science discipline or four years combination of education, experience, and training.  Undergraduate or graduate studies in Aerodynamics Engineering desired. 

 

Experience:

Two years of engineering or computer science experience.  Aircrew training system or flight simulation device experience (support, modification, update) with military/Department of Defense engineering standards including specification and configuration management practices is highly desirable.  Experience in Flight Dynamics and Aerodynamics including the collection and analysis of aircraft flight test data and its translation into a flight simulation model able to meet certification requirements under Civil and Military standards is desired.

 

Level II:

 

Education and Formal Training:

Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering or computer science discipline with experience or training in System Engineering desired. 

 

 

 

Experience:

Five years of engineering or computer science experience with exposure to Aircrew training systems or flight simulation devices including support, modification and updating to Department of Defense engineering standards including specification and configuration management practices is highly desirable. 

 

Level III:

 

Education and Formal Training:

Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline or four years, combination of education, experience, and training, in addition to what is listed below.  Some engineering team leadership or subcontractor project management desired.

 

Experience:

Eight years of aircrew training system or flight simulation device experience (support, modification and updates) with military/Department of Defense engineering standards including specification and configuration management practices or equivalent education.  Experience in related Systems Engineering projects would be an acceptable substitute, but must include DOD work in life-cycle engineering activities, including requirements analysis, design, development, integration, test and delivery of hardware and software systems.  This can include work as an engineering subcontract manager as well.  Experience should also include working with customers to gain system acceptance, based on requirements.

 

 

FlightSafety is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled.