Are you motivated to work in an environment that will challenge you, force you to continuously innovate, and work on solutions that make a difference for our customers? Do you want to be part of an inclusive, collaborative, and agile
team? If so, there is a future for you to support a highly visible and strategic program at Northrop Grumman.
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems is seeking junior/mid-level Systems Engineers within our team of qualified, diverse individuals located in Fairfax, VA. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated fundamental analytical skills, experience applying engineering discipline best practices, experience assessing complex systems and associated data, system development life-cycles, and electronic system operations. The qualified Systems Engineers must be flexible, self motivated, hardworking and capable of working on an agile program, as it moves through the system lifecycle phases of development, test and deployment. The ideal candidates will develop solutions to increasingly complex problems, utilizing ingenuity, innovation, thoroughness, and practicality; and perform their work with general direction and minimal oversight.
The candidates must understand how their tasks fit within the overall program objectives and perform their work accordingly. The junior/ mid-level engineers will have the opportunity to engagement with NGC leadership,external business partners and customers, as required to provide technical information regarding the program.
The candidate will support an off-site System and Operation & Maintenance program located in various geographic locations to perform in a team of cross-discipline specialty engineers, and be responsible for (but not limited to) the following tasks:
• Perform technical planning, system integration, verification and validation, risk and opportunity assessments, and supportability and effectiveness analyses for total systems.
• Perform functional analysis, timeline analysis, detail trade studies, system data trending & performance analysis, requirements allocation and interface definition studies.
• Devise modeling and measuring techniques; utilize mathematics, statistical methods, engineering methods, operational mathematics techniques (linear programming, game theory, probability theory, symbolic language, etc.), and
other principles and laws of scientific disciplines.
• Support the identification, development and improvement of system operation and maintenance processes/products
• Supporting system problem/anomaly resolution; investigate and diagnose unexpected system signatures
• Identify and implement new or improved tools and processes to increase team efficiency
The positions are for various shifts, in support of 24/7 operations. Initial work will begin during ‘normal day shift hours,’ but will transition to shift work. Shift work will be required during training and testing activities, as well as operations. The
candidate should be prepared to work different shifts when required.
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• Post ID: 37274997 nova