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FMS Avionics Engineer
Summary
Title:FMS Avionics Engineer
ID:1058
Location:Lexington Park, MD
Department:Engineering Services
Description

HTii (Holmes-Tucker International, Inc.) is seeking an Avionics Engineer to provide support to the H-60 Multi-Mission Helicopters Program located at Patuxent River, MD. This position requires a SECRET clearance.

 

Skills Required:

  • Understanding and the ability to execute tasks associated with NAVAIR’s Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR), Systems Engineering Transformation (SET) initiative, Configuration Management (CM) and Airworthiness and CYBERSAFE processes
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Proficient with MS Office products
  • Self-starter
  • Ability to work independently with little guidance

 

Preferred Experience:

  • Avionics engineering experience
  • Technology Readiness Assessments
  • Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
  • Technology Security/Foreign Disclosure (TSFD) requirements
  • Use of Collaborative Tools (ex. Microsoft Teams)
  • Maritime helicopter systems

 

Education:

  • Engineering degree or equivalent experience

 

Responsibilities and Tasking:

  1. Comply with tasking provided by IN/Greece Class Desks and Avionics Lead Engineer.
  2. Provide Avionics Engineering support to the IN/Greece Class Desks and Avionics Lead Engineer as follows:
    1. Provide technical inputs in the creation and review of avionics engineering documents (ex. SOW, CDRL, technical proposals, SETR planning, technical maturity, etc.) for inclusion and compliance with IN requirements as defined by the FMS Case.
    2. As required, participate in PMRs, technical reviews, technical coordination meetings, Test Planning Working Groups (TPWG), CSWG, System Safety Working Group (SSWG), Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETRs)/Model Based Systems Engineering Activities, conferences, briefings, and other significant program activities. This consists of any preparation work (ex. briefing material) and tracking engineering action items associated with the aforementioned items. Identify and analyze the issues discussed, record action items, and recommend courses of action.
    3. Coordinate with multiple disciplines as required to prepare or review the avionics related technical documentation, proposals, investigations, and analyses needed to support the baseline IN and Greece programs, ECPs, requirements/requirement changes, Product Test Verifications, and other appropriate documentation for all avionics systems applicable to the IN and Greece FMS cases, as well as for IN and Greece-unique avionics systems.
    4. Review, analyze and track IN/Greece specifications and data packages; review suitability/supportability documentation; review and provide technical recommendations on avionics ECPs and Technical Directives; and participate in technical working groups to resolve any avionics engineering issues. Assist with the development of appropriate avionics engineering documentation, formal letters, informal memos and other general correspondence.
  3. Other meetings to attend as requested:
    1. PMA-299 Recurring Meetings (as applicable):
      1. CCB
      2. Airworthiness – Flight Configuration
      3. Program Trouble Report Board (PTRB)
      4. Software Change Control Meeting (SCCM)
      5. Project Coordination - Test
      6. FMS engineering team
      7. PMA-299 Avionics Team Meetings
    2. IN IPT Recurring Meetings
      1. Engineering Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM)
      2. Core Stand-up
      3. Program Review
    3. IN Semi-Annual Program Management Review (PMR)
    4. Greece IPT Meetings TBD

 

HTii is an equal opportunity employer, including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. All qualified women, minorities, disabled persons and veterans are encouraged to apply for HTii job vacancies. HTii participates in E-Verify.

 

About HTii

HTii is an employee-owned small business that provides advanced information technology and engineering services over a broad range of management and technical areas. We implement state-of-the-art information systems and support ongoing systems engineering and software application education to ensure our employees provide leading-edge support to our customers as they develop Navy and Marine Corps aviation systems to support the warfighter. We provide systems engineering, data management and information analysis services through the use of our proven methodologies, unique expertise, tailored interfaces and continuing support of our products and services. We form an integrated team with each organization we support. Our success is a result of our ability to work together seamlessly and our personal, direct involvement with each customer.

 

Benefits

  • Medical, dental, vision, 401(k), Life/AD&D/STD/LTD insurance
  • Education and training assistance program
  • Community involvement and outreach
  • Employee recognition programs
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
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