Sentinel Future Capabilities Senior Manager and NH&S Engineer

    • BAE Systems
  • Hill AFB, UT
  • Posted 35 days ago | Updated 7 hours ago

Overview

On Site
USD 115,110.00 - 195,660.00 per year
Full Time

Skills

Agile
DoD
Systems analysis/design
Verification and validation
Engineering support
Open systems
Technical analysis
Design review
Document engineering
Engineering analysis
Program management
Government contracts
Wireless communication
Systems design
Computer science
Electrical Systems
Technical writing
Information Technology
Customer support
Intelligence analysis
Systems engineering
System integration
Professional development
Adobe AIR
Acquisition
Design
RV
Operations
Management
Drawing
Data
EMI
EMC
Documentation
Request for proposal
Security clearance
Telecommuting
Antennas
Microwave
Semiconductors
Physics
Electronics
Military
MATLAB
SPICE
Modeling
Presentations
Research
Finance
Insurance
Legal
Programmable logic controller
Aerospace
IMPACT
Partnership

Job Details

Job Description

BAE Systems is seeking a Senior Manager for an exciting opportunity developing new capabilities for the Sentinel ICBM weapon system at Hill Air Force Base (AFB), Utah. This position will provide engineering support to a large Government acquisition program.
The Next Generation Reentry Capabilities (NGRC) program will design, develop, produce, and deploy new payload system suites (reentry vehicles and/or countermeasures). Key next generation payload attributes include enhancements in accuracy, lethality, and ICBM Reentry System/Reentry Vehicle (RS/RV) interoperable operations. Program activities will also include the employment of digital acquisitions through the application of digital engineering, agile software development, and open systems architectures.
Our experts are responsible for integrated weapon system management, from inception to retirement. As a Nuclear Hardness and Survivability (NH&S) Engineer, you will work on a high-performing team to provide engineering, technical, and administrative expertise to the government to maintain their nuclear hardness program in accordance with requirements detailed in Department of Defense, United States Strategic Command, and Air Force directives, manuals and instructions, during the development of a reliable and effective nuclear deterrent. Nuclear hardness is defined as the ability of a system or any of its elements to withstand exposure to one or more effects of a hostile nuclear environment. A qualified candidate will:

  • Perform professional technical analysis or design reviews on one or more complex components or functional systems of products requiring the full use and wide application of established engineering principles, theories, concepts, and precedents in the field plus a working knowledge of other related disciplines.
  • Learn the fundamentals of the fielded weapon system and nuclear hardness requirements. Continuously improve that knowledge in order to apply it to technical analyses and design reviews.
  • Evaluate plans and criteria for technical activities in their specialty and recommend alternatives as required to comply with customer and company obligations. Participate in small projects or segments of major projects responsible for achievement of cost, schedule, and technical performance objectives.
  • Devise new techniques and approaches and provide solutions to a wide range of technical problems by drawing on their own areas of technical specialty and consulting with other engineering specialists for technologies where they do not have in-depth expertise.
  • Review and coordinate work with other team members to ensure progress is maintained to achieve specified aims; prepare data for reports on technical findings, recommendations, accomplishments and progress measured against specific plans; perform assignments as required by contractual agreements.
  • Attend conferences and meetings to represent assigned activity. Develop working group meeting agendas, prepare and consolidate briefing materials, provide meeting minutes, and draft answers to action items assigned by other agencies or organizations.
  • Review and provide assessment and assistance to programs on Nuclear Hardness, Electromagnetic Interference / Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI/EMC), shielding applications, Technical Order changes, and Engineering Technical Analysis Requests.
  • Author and publish white papers, formal analyses, and briefing materials to document engineering-based rationales to inform decision-makers in support of recommendations to our customer.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Government customer.
Responsibilities include
  • Provide technical advice to Government leaders and engineers
  • Support requirements development, analysis of alternatives, verification and validation activities, and milestone preparation
  • Prepare/review engineering analysis reports and key acquisition documents, including RFP packages
  • Participate in technical interchange meetings, design reviews, program management reviews, certification working groups, and other technical meetings, as required
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Required Education, Experience, & Skills
  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or related technical discipline with 14+ years of engineering experience or master's degree in engineering or related technical discipline with 12+ years of engineering experience
  • Ability to obtain a TS/SCI clearance
Pursuant to Government contract, this position requires ship.
Due to its special-access, classified working environment, this position is only located at Hill AFB, Utah, and is not conducive to telework schedules.

Preferred Education, Experience, & Skills

The ideal candidate will have most of the following experience:
  • Experience as a nuclear or NH&S engineer on a missile system or complex weapon system (especially ACAT I program or ICBM-related experience)
  • College-level course (or similar) experience in: Fundamentals or Theory of Electricity & Magnetism, Electromagnetics & Transmission Lines, Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics, Antenna Theory and Design, Microwave Engineering, Wireless Communication Systems, Introduction to Semiconductor Physics, Radiation Effects on Electronics and Semiconductors, and Power System Design. Emphasis in software or computer science is not desired
  • Familiarity with Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) / Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) / Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and Electrical Systems Integration
  • Familiarity with military technology and technical data desired
  • Proficiency in MATLAB and/or experience with Spice or Microcap or similar circuit modeling software desired
  • Experience in design or test to verify models
  • Demonstrated technical writing and presentation skills
  • Open to continuous learning. Position will require moderate research
  • Experience supervising engineering teams

Pay Information
Full-Time Salary Range: $115110 - $195660

Please note: This range is based on our market pay structures. However, individual salaries are determined by a variety of factors including, but not limited to: business considerations, local market conditions, and internal equity, as well as candidate qualifications, such as skills, education, and experience.

Employee Benefits: At BAE Systems, we support our employees in all aspects of their life, including their health and financial well-being. Regular employees scheduled to work 20+ hours per week are offered: health, dental, and vision insurance; health savings accounts; a 401(k) savings plan; disability coverage; and life and accident insurance. We also have an employee assistance program, a legal plan, and other perks including discounts on things like home, auto, and pet insurance. Our leave programs include paid time off, paid holidays, as well as other types of leave, including paid parental, military, bereavement, and any applicable federal and state sick leave. Employees may participate in the company recognition program to receive monetary or non-monetary recognition awards. Other incentives may be available based on position level and/or job specifics.

About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security
BAE Systems, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, an international defense, aerospace and security company which delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support services. Improving the future and protecting lives is an ambitious mission, but it's what we do at BAE Systems. Working here means using your passion and ingenuity where it counts - defending national security with breakthrough technology, superior products, and intelligence solutions. As you develop the latest technology and defend national security, you will continually hone your skills on a team-making a big impact on a global scale. At BAE Systems, you'll find a rewarding career that truly makes a difference.

Intelligence & Security (I&S), based in McLean, Virginia, designs and delivers advanced defense, intelligence, and security solutions that support the important missions of our customers. Our pride and dedication shows in everything we do-from intelligence analysis, cyber operations and IT expertise to systems development, systems integration, and operations and maintenance services. Knowing that our work enables the U.S. military and government to recognize, manage and defeat threats inspires us to push ourselves and our technologies to new levels.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
At BAE Systems, we work hard every day to nurture an inclusive culture where employees are valued and feel like they belong. We are conscious of the need for all employees to see themselves reflected at every level of the company and know that in order to unlock the full potential of our workforce, everyone must feel confident being their best, most sincere self and be equipped to thrive. We provide impactful professional development experiences to our employees and invest in social impact partnerships to uplift communities and drive purposeful change. Here you will find significant opportunities to do meaningful work in an environment intentionally designed to be one where you will learn, grow and belong.