Lockheed Martin Survivability Engineer, Nuclear Hardness & Survivability in Littleton, Colorado
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For over 60 years, the Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) team has supported the Navy’s mission to provide affordable and credible strategic defense. We offer unique career opportunities and challenges on a program with a rich history and exciting future. We help keep this nation and our allies secure. The FBM Program is experiencing significant growth and we need your expertise to deliver amazing new technologies to our customers while maintaining the technical requirements of the strategic deterrence.
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As the authority in Survivability Engineering Staff, you will support Systems Engineering, Integration and Test (SEIT) Specialty Engineering team in one or more of the following areas:
• Applying electrical, electronics and physics theories to execute various tasks related to Survivability engineering field
• Ensuring that missile designs, from the component level to the level, will meet performance requirements during and after exposure to specified environments; these environments include natural space radiation
• Conducting technical planning, specification requirements derivation, test and analysis, design, planning and execution, documentation, requirements /validation to support overall system needs and act as technical consultant for management and customers
• Joining a Survivability Engineering group and will be partnered with other authorities.
• Serving in a key technical lead role independently, as or with others in executing Survivability tasks and results, while maintaining collaboration with other Survivability Engineers within the FBM program.
The successful candidate will typically have at a minimum 9 years of related professional work experience with a Bachelor's degree, or 7 years of related professional work experience with a Master's degree, or 4 years of related professional work experience with a Doctorate degree.
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• Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, Physics or a related discipline
• Experience in two or more of the following:
a) Experience in Man-made Nuclear and Natural Space Radiation environments and in Nuclear Hardness and Survivability (NH&S) engineering discipline/work
b) Electrical engineering simulation tools (e.g. SPICE, etc.) and with software tools for performing electrical engineering and mathematical analyses (e.g., MATLAB, etc.)
c) Test laboratory environments and associated test disciplines and test equipment (e.g., data systems, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers and/or signal generators)
• Current DoD Secret clearance, and ability to obtain a government Top Secret Security Clearance
• 9+ years expertise in Natural Space Radiation environments and Engineering
• Radiation software tools (e.g., NOVICE, Srim/Trim, Novice/Geant4, Creme96, Crememc, Shieldose, Spenvis, Omere, Ap8/Ap8, and Ap9/Ae9)
• Radiation test facilities [e.g., test labs in University of California at Davis, Texas A&M, Indiana University Cyclotron Facility (IUCF), Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)]
• Electronic, electrical, electromechanical and electro-optical (EEEE) components
• Piece-part radiation testing and radiation effects on piece-parts performance and reliability
• Electromagnetic environment and theories
• Ability to lead multi-functional teams, build strong relationships with team members and build consensus among peers
• Enthusiastic learner and willingness to be an apprentice to senior experts in the NH&S discipline
• Support anomaly resolution teams
• Computer skills including Microsoft Office and SharePoint
• Organized and able to effectively multi-task to accomplish this fast paced job
Security Clearance Statement: This position requires a government security clearance, you must be a US Citizen for consideration.
Clearance Level: Top Secret
Other Important Information You Should Know
Expression of Interest: By applying to this job, you are expressing interest in this position and could be considered for other career opportunities where similar skills and requirements have been identified as a match. Should this match be identified you may be contacted for this and future openings.
Ability to Work Remotely: Part-time Remote Telework: The employee selected for this position will work part of their work schedule remotely and part of their work schedule at a designated Lockheed Martin facility. The specific weekly schedule will be discussed during the hiring process.
Work Schedules: Lockheed Martin supports a variety of alternate work schedules that provide additional flexibility to our employees. Schedules range from standard 40 hours over a five day work week while others may be condensed. These condensed schedules provide employees with additional time away from the office and are in addition to our Paid Time off benefits.
Schedule for this Position: 4x10 hour day, 3 days off per week
The annual base salary range for this position in Colorado or Washington is $100,400 - $192,500. Please note that the salary information is a general guideline only. Lockheed Martin considers factors such as (but not limited to) scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate's work experience, education/ training, key skills as well as market and business considerations when extending an offer.
Benefits offered: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, 401(k) match, Flexible Spending Accounts, EAP, Education Assistance, Parental Leave, Paid time off, and Holidays.
(Washington state applicants only) Non-represented full time employees: accrue 10 hours per month of Paid Time Off (PTO); receive 40 hours of Granted PTO annually for incidental absences; receive at least 90 hours for holidays. Represented full time employees accrue 6.67 hours of PTO per month; accrue up to 52 hours of sick leave annually; receive at least 96 hours for holidays. PTO is prorated based on hours worked and start date during the calendar year.
This position is incentive plan eligible.
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin’s vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers’ toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Business Unit: SPACE
Relocation Available: Possible
Career Area: Systems Engineering: Specialty Engineering
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