USfalcon, Inc., recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking an Avionics engineer to support the Tanker Directorate at Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
* Individual shall have knowledge of avionics engineering in support of avionics subsystem definition, development, integration, all verification methods to include review of ICDs, sustainment, modeling/simulation, test and evaluation, and airworthiness certification across a wide range of hardware and software systems.
* Individual shall support Aircraft Information Management Systems (AIMS) requirements/ testing/ certification and spectrum management requirements/ testing/ certification. The Contractor shall use knowledge of Communications, Navigation, Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) requirements,
policies, and regulations to define requirements, complete CNS/ATM compliance matrices, and
support testing and certification of aircraft and supporting systems.
* Review/develop/ update applicable program documentation for avionics engineering relevant requirements.
* Support and assist systems analyses to include, but not be limited to, avionics system design/design feasibility and state-of-the-art assessment.
* Assist the customer in developing systems/subsystem specifications.
* Provide draft documentation defining system/subsystem specifications.
* Be able to perform analyses of avionics and subsystems including, but not limited to: system threat analysis, laser systems, computer systems, avionics interfaces, and multiplex bus communications, and identify
potential issues and/or areas of improvement for Government consideration.
* Responsible for development and test of the program system hardware and software and its integration into the program system architecture.
* Attend all technical reviews and provide technical advice on the path forward to installation
of the new hardware and software into the system.
* Support and assist performance effectiveness, cost effectiveness, cost performance, life-cycle cost, producibility, maintainability, supportability, reliability, technical and schedule risk assessments, and
scheduling trade-off studies.
* Review system specific test plans and participate in system, subsystem, and component testing.
* Review and perform assessments on program specific databases; analyze Built in Test (BIT) failure reports and compare failure reports against the BIT.