Northrop Grumman Associate, Systems Engineer (Launch Integration, Safety, Reliability) in Dulles, Virginia
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• Work with all Spacecraft subsystems for Launch Vehicle interface requirements development
• Manage Spacecraft Interface Requirements Document and process the document through the Engineering Review Boards for release and updates
• Aid in coordination of review and approval of Launch Vehicle Interface Control Document with all Spacecraft subsystems
• Define and document requirement verifications and coordinate closures of requirement with the responsible engineers
• Attend and Support Launch Vehicle integration meetings and design reviews by coordinating review of products with the required Spacecraft subsystems
• Knowledge of Systems Engineering process is preferred and experience with DOORS software is a plus
System Safety Engineering
• Possesses proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience authoring complex technical documentation and design review content.
• Aid in the preparation, review, and acceptance of launch range safety documentation in accordance with AFSPCMAN 91-710.
• Identify, assess, and mitigate hazards present in spacecraft using the process described MIL-STD-882.
• Plan, develop, and aid in the execution of new hazardous manufacturing and test procedures.
• Generate design and test safety requirements for spacecraft systems and subsystems.
• Model on-orbit hazards using model based systems engineering approaches (MBSE). Analyze spacecraft flight dynamics and operations procedures for hazards.
• Collaborate with fault management engineering to design and test resilient systems which meet the needs of the human spaceflight community and fulfill critical national security missions.
• Collaborate with Systems Engineering and Fault Management to develop reliability block diagrams (RBDs) for various spacecraft to determine probability of mission success
• Estimate failure rates for electronic components using handbook-based methodologies (e.g., MIL-HDBK-217F)
• Represent Reliability Engineering in internal and external meetings, working groups, and design reviews
• Aid in the preparation, review, and acceptance of reliability analyses in accordance with program Mission Assurance Requirements and industry standards. These analyses could include:
o Electrical Parts Stress / Derating Analyses
o Failure Modes and Effects Analyses
o Fault Tree Analyses
o Worst Case Circuit Analyses
o System Reliability Predictions
• Experience with one or more of the following is beneficial:
o Authoring complex technical documentation and presentations
o Elementary Probability, Bayesian Statistics and Boolean Logic
o Interpreting electrical circuit schematics and component datasheets
o Python, VBA, or another scripting language
Job Category : Engineering
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