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The Strategic Weapon Systems group at Draper is seeking a systems engineer with broad technical skills to work within multi-disciplinary teams to conceptualize, develop, and/or evaluate robust weapon system solutions for the war fighter, including (but not limited to) advanced strategic weapon systems and enabling guidance, navigation, and control (GNC) technology.
A successful candidate will be/have:
Tasking may include: identification of customer needs, requirements analysis and flow-down, system concept/architecture development (including analysis of alternatives), system modeling/design, evaluation of system robustness, verification/test planning, development of systems engineering documentation, model development, vehicle and mission-level simulation development, performance assessment, documentation of analysis results, and presentation of results to both internal and external stake-holders.
The individual should be a highly motivated self-starter with willingness to learn and participate in a dynamic team environment while supervising junior and senior engineers. The opportunity to work as part of team developing a state-of-the-art GN&C system will provide exposure to a wide range of advanced technologies, including inertial sensors, precision electronics, and advanced algorithms.
Applicants must have the following key qualifications:
Any of the following additional qualifications are highly desirable:
Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.