Lockheed Martin Sr Radar Systems Test & Integration Engineer / AN/SPY-1 Radar System / San Diego, CA in San Diego, California

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Will support Aegis Combat System Integration Testing for DDG-51 and CG-47 Class ships as a Radar Systems Test and Integration Engineer as part of the Aegis Modernization Team – San Diego (AMT – SD).

Will be responsible for ensuring the AN/SPY-1 Radar System is operational and available to support Combat System testing during Aegis Modernization Availabilities.

After a successful training period the specific responsibilities include:

1. Responsible for ensuring the AN/SPY-1 Radar equipment suite, radar control computer program, and equipment interfaces are operational and ready to support all test events.

2. Provide AN/SPY Radar System status reports, as required, to the AWS Lead Engineer/ Test Directors

3. Review existing AN/SPY-1 test procedures, recommend changes, and document test procedure discrepancies for future revision

4. Execute Test Procedures and Test Plans as required to demonstrate radar performance for both in port and at sea test events and generate test reports

5. Analyze element test results and report findings as necessary to support those functional tests involving the AN/SPY-1 Radar System

6. Interface with equipment In-Service Engineering Agencies (ISEA), Combat System Engineering Agent (CSEA) and Software Support Activities (SSA) to research and resolve SPY system anomalies.

7. Lead troubleshooting of AN/SPY-1 Radar System equipment, configuration and computer program problems and document discrepancies

8. Ensure AN/SPY-1 radiation safety processes are up-to-date and followed within acceptable OSHA operating limits

9. Support crew familiarization with AN/SPY-1 Radar System equipment, maintenance and operations.

10. Support Fleet Readiness troubleshooting calls

Basic Qualifications:

Must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance

Candidate will be subject to drug screening as per company policy

Must be physically able to work aboard a U.S. Navy ship and support short underway periods

Ability to travel up to 50 percent of the time CONUS and OCONUS

BS in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related engineering discipline or applicable experience

Demonstrated experienced with Phased Array Radar hardware/software and testing procedures, and the ability to analyze test results and report findings

Demonstrated understanding of theory and operations of computer/network system

Demonstrated understanding of basic Electrical Test Equipment: Oscilloscope, Power Meters, Logic Analyzer

Demonstrated knowledge of LINUX/UNIX operating systems

Candidate should possess strong analytical and problem solving skills with good written and verbal communication skills

Intermediate level of competence with Microsoft Office (specifically Word, Excel, Power Point and Project)

Desired Skills:

1. Demonstrated knowledge of JAVA Network Tools and/or PYTHON Software

2. Demonstrated operational and hardware experience on any of the following Aegis radar systems signal processors: SPY-1B, 1D, 1D(V), Multi Mission Signal Processor (MMSP) and/or BMD Signal Processor (BSP)

3. Experienced with analysis of data extraction and analysis for the Aegis SPY-1 Radar

4. An understanding of US Navy preventive and corrective maintenance procedures and proficiency in reading technical documents is desired

5. Experience with large scale Ship Integration and Test practices

6. Experience interfacing with US Navy personnel and familiarity with US Navy command structure

7. Data Analysis and Automated Testing techniques

8. Experience with troubleshooting fiber optic, cable, power and cooling issues in equipment.



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