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Executive Airborne Solutions, Inc (EAS) provides unparalleled, cradle to grave mission communication solutions for critical national command and control assets. EAS, a Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is an aerospace communications company that designs, manufactures, installs, tests, and documents communications systems in command and control platforms.

Position: Systems Engineer (Full-time)

Position Summary: EAS is seeking a highly motivated Systems Engineer who will be responsible for performing duties as an E-4B mission communication system Subject Matter Expert (SME), providing military training course design and development of training course materials, provide military training course instruction, development and delivery USAF Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) documents, and development and delivery military Technical Manual and Source Data updates, designing tests plans and developing Test Procedures documents, acting as a Test Director or Test Conductor in execution of the Test Procedures, and providing Systems Engineering Design Support. This role will involve working closely with the engineering team and customer representatives, ensuring the successful integration and testing of new communication systems or subsystems on the E-4B aircraft.

Key Responsibilities:

  • SME Role

    • Provide SME guidance and input to partner companies' engineering departments during systems engineering and design phases for new communication systems or subsystems for the following areas via in-person meetings, telephone calls, teleconferences, emails, and MS Teams meetings

      • Electrical design and aircraft power integration design consideration

      • Signal design and integration design integration for RF, Fiber Optic, Serial, and Ethernet signals

      • Mechanical design and integration design considerations for Group A and Group B components

      • Software architecture and GUI design

      • Off-board radio link design for both terrestrial and satellite communications

      • Networking architecture design and integration

      • Cybersecurity and IA design considerations

      • E-4B CONOPs and TTP design considerations

      • Maintainability, Sustainability and Logistics Support Plan design considerations

    • Provide SME input on the newly designed system or subsystems impact on the E-4B aircraft during development of the Electrical Loads Analysis (ELA), Stress and Structural Analysis, Survivability and Vulnerability Analysis, Thermal and Environmental Control Systems Analysis, Mass Properties Analysis, and Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP) reports for the government Program Office.

  • System Engineering Design Support Role (i.e., Deletion Engineering)

    • Assess new communications system or subsystem engineering data, drawings, and analysis to identify obsolete components for removal or deletion in the E-4B aircraft.

    • Develop and maintain a Deletions Work Instruction document.

  • Test Developer Role

    • Analyze system level functional requirements for new communication systems or subsystem designs.

    • Develop After Installation Functional Test Procedures (AIFTP) which validate compliance with the system-level functional requirements

    • Develop After Installation Regression Test Procedures (AIRTP) documents which verify legacy system hardware or software components were not adversely impacted by a newly integrated system or subsystem.

    • Perform Electromagnetic Interference/Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI/EMC) analysis of a new system or subsystem and develop EMI/EMC Test Procedures documents.

  • Test Director/Conductor Role

    • Act as the Test Director for AIFTP and AIRTP test event execution.

      • Provide end-of-day test status updates to stakeholders

    • Act as the Test Director for EMI/EMC testing.

    • Develop test reports for AIFTP/AIRTP and EMI/EMC Testing

    • Act as a Test Conductor in support of the Test Director for execution of AIFTP/AIRTP or EMI/EMC testing events.

  • Training Course Design and Development Role

    • Conduct task training analysis on the impact the new communications system or subsystem will have on the operations and maintenance personnel

    • Develop a Task Training List (TTL) which identifies the tasks the operators and maintainers should be able to perform upon completion of the training course

    • Design, develop and deliver a USAF Type 1 training course and materials

      • Develop and deliver Course Control Documents (CCDs)

      • Create a training presentation for the course

    • Develop and deliver Course Evaluation form for the Instructor and the Students feedback

    • Develop and deliver student attendance roster document

    • Develop and deliver Training Course Certificate of Completion document

  • Training Instructor Role

    • Conduct military training as an instructor for military personnel consisting of USAF E-4B operators and maintainers

    • Ensure students successful accomplishment of the defined course objectives to include specific knowledge objectives and performance objectives

    • Conduct formal academic training in a classroom environment and hands-on training on the modified military aircraft environment

    • Evaluate student knowledge and comprehension through verbal evaluation of students via progress checks throughout the lecture/discussion phase

  • TCTO Development/Technical Manual Update Role

    • Using available engineering drawings, data, and analysis to develop and document the new system or subsystem modification in a TCTO document in accordance (IAW) with MIL-DTL-38804 Detail Specification: Time Compliance Technical Orders - Preparation and USAF Technical Order (TO) 00-5-15 Air Force Time Compliance Technical Order Process.

    • Using available engineering drawings, data, and analysis develop and document the new system or subsystem modification to develop and deliver USAF Technical Manual updates in accordance with USAF Technical Order 00-5-1 AF Technical Order System and USAF Technical Order 00-5-3 Air Force Technical Order Life Cycle Management process

      • Development of the Technical Manual updates will match the current style and format for the various library of E-4B Technical Manuals as well as MIL-STD-38784B Department Of Defense Standard Practice For Manuals, Technical: General Style And Format Requirements.

        • Technical Manual types include:

          • Flight Manuals and Operations Manuals IAW MIL-DTL-7700J

          • Weight and Balance Manuals IAW MIL-DTL-5920

          • Aircraft Maintenance Manuals IAW MIL-DTL-38784 and ATA 100, ATA Spec 2100, and ATA iSpec 2200

          • Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) Manuals IAW MIL-DTL-38807

          • Inspection Manuals IAW MIL-DTL-5096

          • Work Unit Code Manual IAW MIL-DTL-38769

          • List of Applicable Publications Manual IAW MIL-DTL-8031G​

Qualifications:

  • Strong knowledge of system engineering principles and processes.

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.

  • Proficiency in MS Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Visio.

  • Proficiency with Adobe PDF

  • Ability to obtain a Top Secret/SCI security clearance

  • Familiarity with MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD-464C, and FAA Part 25 Airworthiness Standards.

  • Ability to work in a team environment and adapt to changing requirements.

  • Knowledge of MIL-DTL-38804 Detail Specification: Preparation of Time Compliance Technical Orders and USAF Technical Order (TO) 00-5-15 Air Force Time Compliance Technical Order Process

  • Familiarity with USAF Technical Order 00-5-1 AF Technical Order System and USAF Technical Order 00-5-3 Air Force Technical Order Life Cycle Management process

  • Knowledge of MIL-STD-38784B Department Of Defense Standard Practice For Manuals, Technical: General Style And Format Requirements and other technical manual specifications such as MIL-DTL-7700J, MIL-DTL-5920, MIL-DTL-38784 and ATA 100, ATA Spec 2100, ATA iSpec 2200, MIL-DTL-38807, MIL-DTL-5096, MIL-DTL-38769, and MIL-DTL-8031G

  • Familiarity with DI-SESS-81521B, Data Item Description (DID): Training Program Structure Document; MIL-PRF-29612B, Performance Specification: Training Data Products; Department of the Air Force Instruction (DAFI) 36-2670 Total Force Development; Department of the Air Force Handbook (DAFH) 36-2675 Information For Designers Of Instructional Systems; Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 36-2234 Instructional System Development

  • Familiarity with DI-NDTI-80603A, Data Item Description: Test Procedure

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Science, or Cybersecurity or a related technical field preferred.

    • Alternate education and experience that could be substituted.

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in systems engineering and testing, preferably with aircraft communication systems.

  • 5+ years of experience working with the E-4B as qualified Operator or Maintainer

​Certifications/Licenses:

  • None required.

​Working Conditions:

  • Work will primarily be performed in an office setting or lab environment, with occasional visits to customer sites, including military E-4B aircraft.

  • Ground and flight testing will be required, with the Systems Engineer participating in flight tests as needed.

  • Standard work week for design and monitoring activities but excess of 40 hours may be periodically required during implementation activities to include evenings and weekends

  • Periodic travel may be required for implementation activities at remote locations

  • U.S. Citizenship (U.S. Government contract requirement)

  • Ability to obtain a Government Secret Security Clearance; active DOD Secret Clearance with an investigation date/periodic review within the last 6 years preferred

Position: Aerospace Wiring Technician (Full-time)

 

Position Summary: EAS is seeking a highly motivated Aerospace Wiring Technician who will be responsible to perform wiring removals and installation of communications systems within aerospace platforms. Responsibilities also include fabrication of wiring harnesses, installation, terminations, quality check-out, and if necessary, repairs of installed wiring harnesses for communications systems.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Install, modify, and/or repair wiring harnesses and communications equipment based on engineering drawings or aircraft maintenance manuals

  • Fabricate wiring harnesses using various termination, splicing, and soldering techniques

  • Perform continuity and bonding checks; assist with system functional checks

  • Perform harness buildup and installation using general hand, power, and crimping tools

  • Document all work performed accordingly and accurately

  • Disassemble and reassemble aircraft interior, access panels, and bays to gain access to wire routes and installation; properly document and store items removed

  • Other duties as assigned or required

 

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2-5 years of related aerospace experience

  • Associate of Applied Science Degree in related aviation field is a plus

  • IPC/WHMA-A-620 Certification preferred

  • Experience with EMI/EMC over-braiding and installation techniques preferred

  • Fiber Optic Cabling installation, termination, splicing, and repair is preferred

  • Be able to interpret and understand wiring schematics and have a general understanding of mechanical drawings

  • U.S. Citizenship (U.S. Government program requirement)

  • Ability to obtain a Government Secret Security Clearance; active DOD Secret Clearance with an investigation date/periodic review within the last 6 years preferred

 

Working Conditions:

  • Wire harness fabrication takes place in a normal shop environment. Removals and installations take place on aircraft which may be in a hanger environment or outdoors on a parking ramp

  • Tolerate standing for extended periods of time, bending, stretching, crawling, repetitive motions, working in confined spaces and heights

  • Work in extreme temperatures and noisy environments

  • Available to travel

Disclaimer:

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by personnel assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as a comprehensive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as required.

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