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Description of Duties
As a member of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation and Missile Center’s Aviation Engineering Directorate, the successful candidate will be responsible to provide systems engineering support for the MH-47G helicopter. Duties include but are not limited to the following:
Maintain continued safety and airworthiness of the Special Operations Aircraft fleet undergoing continued improvement by the Technology Applications Program Office.
Provide technical expertise toward the airworthiness qualification of standard configurations and qualification of alterations/modifications to standard configurations.
Offer the analysis, review, evaluation/recommendation, preparation, issuance, and contributions to the following: Airworthiness Releases, Airworthiness Qualification Plans and Specifications, Airworthiness Qualification Substantiation Reports, Airworthiness Impact Statements, Safety of Flight reviews, design reviews, and Engineering Change Proposals.
Provide technical expertise for engineering testing of Critical Safety Items to include identifying support parts necessary to complete a test, analyze all parts that fail prematurely, and determine the root cause of failure.
Perform design implementation and facilitate coordination of engineering activities for out-of-production aircraft systems and major items.
Provide technical expertise and engineering support to integrated logistics support engineering activities such as new equipment training, depot maintenance, logistics support analysis, and technical publications.
Review, evaluate, and propose necessary action to resolve Quality Deficiency Report problems and other reported field problems outlining potential design implications.
Provide technical advice, engineering input, and message drafting for transmittal concerning accident investigation report recommendations, aircraft grounding actions, Safety-of-Flight messages, Aviation Safety Actions, Safety of Use, and Maintenance Information Messages.
Develop, review, or evaluate computer software documentation including Software Quality, Program Plans, Software Configuration Management Plans, and Software Development Plans.
Provide engineering analysis of technical documentation to support procurements.
Maintain, update, and track Airworthiness Releases and related data.
Plan, facilitate, coordinate, recommend, and/or provide technical liaison to system design and engineering actions.
Provide technical expertise in the areas of technology integration and system engineering support consistent with research and development technology plans and programs.
Provide technical expertise for the development and implementation of plans, studies, briefings, letters of agreement, and memorandums of understanding related to co-production of U.S. weapon systems, subsystems, and selected major components.
Evaluate market research and provide technical expertise in evaluations of non-developmental and commercial off the shelf items.
U.S. Citizenship with an active Secret clearance
Bachelor’s degree in related field from an accredited institution
Experience/knowledge of a data tracking system; Task Tracking System (TTS) familiarity is objective.
Experience in an IPT or similar working group
Showing leadership in staff or working group (e.g. technical working group or BDE staff) is objective
Experience in technical writing; objective would be to consolidate technical positions in army AR 25-50 standards
Software qualification, structural substantiation for aircraft, and airworthiness component qualification are objective
Experience in maintaining Army aircraft is important to assist in CBM and will be of some extent the MH-47 Bk II team. Knowing the operational requirements and pubs (e.g. -10 vs. -23, vs PAM 738-751) of any helicopter is objective for CBM and almost as good for developmental efforts
For FMS, having the above plus FAA qualification experience or experience learning a new airworthiness process is objective
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