Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
Job DescriptionElectronic Combat Solutions has technology, engineering and program teams that educate and mentor colleagues to deliver leading Electronic Warfare capabilities. We welcome all those who have big ideas, crave innovation, want to drive fielding velocity and have the passion to bring the warfighter home safe.
How does the world's most advanced aircraft – the F-35 Lightning II – detect and defeat ground-based and airborne threats while using electronic protection, support, and attack capabilities to advance its missions? It has the world's most advanced, fully-integrated Electronic Warfare and Countermeasures technology – the AN/ASQ-239 system – designed, produced, modernized, and sustained by BAE Systems.
Our AN/ASQ-239 system is a next-generation Electronic Warfare suite providing offensive and defensive options for the pilot and aircraft to counter current and emerging threats. Its advanced technology optimizes situational awareness while helping to identify, monitor, analyze, and respond to threats. Advanced avionics and sensors provide a real-time, 360º view of the battlespace, maximizing detection ranges and giving pilots evasion, engagement, countermeasure, and jamming options.
Electronic Combat Solutions is looking for an early-career systems engineer to contribute to the F-35 program. As a Systems Engineer, you will work as part of a cross-functional, multi-disciplinary team to design, integrate, debug, and test our Electronic Warfare system that is delivered to the F-35 platform.
Typical Education & ExperienceTypically a Bachelor's Degree and 6 years work experience or equivalent experience
Required Skills and EducationMust have experience as a systems engineer
Must be able to work both independently and in a team environment
Must be self-motivated and detail-oriented
Must possess an Active Secret Clearance
Preferred Skills and EducationExperience with or knowledge of F-35 platform
Experience in performing requirements analysis, derivation and allocation, and translating requirements to viable concepts design solutions
Exposure to identifying technical risks
Exposure to technical performance measurements