Engineering Analyst III
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related discipline from an accredited college/university
Months/Years of Experience: Six (6) years
Required Qualifications: U.S. Citizenship. Security Clearance. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related discipline from an accredited college/university and six (6) years of experience analyzing results of tests, assisting in ensuring data integrity and quality, providing statistical analysis and presenting findings to team members and management; or an Associate’s Degree in Engineering or related discipline from an accredited college/university and eight (8) years of applicable experience; or ten (10) years of applicable experience; or ten (10) years of applicable military experience performing engineering, analysis, and related functions in research, development, test and evaluation in support of military equipment and systems.
Skills Needed: Ability to work independently or with a highly diverse team to include technicians, engineers, technical writers, and subject matter experts. Excellent written and communication skills required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required. Experience with electromagnetic environmental effects testing and data analysis preferred. Understanding of the data presentation and data reporting requirements per MIL-DTD-461, MIL-STD-464, MIL-STD-704 and ADS-37A-PRF to confirm all data is obtained during ECE test events.
Duties: The technical analyst position supports the RTC ECE Division in the analysis and presentation of data collected during ECE testing on aviation and ground platforms, support equipment, and weapon systems. Duties include ECE data analysis, technical writing and editing of documentation. Duties include detailed data analysis of plots, graphs, technical specifications, test documentation, and test specific data at ECE. This position will work closely with the test engineer, test technicians, and the documentation team to ensure all aspects of ECE testing is captured and analyzed for completeness. Receives and interprets technical direction from test engineers or subject matter experts, notes or manuals, and other data relative to ECE test procedures. Ensures technical documentation is accurate, complete, and meets editorial and government MIL-STD specifications and adheres to standards for quality of technical content, graphics, coverage, format, and style. Prefer the ability to accesses, stores, and distribute CLASSIFIED/Proprietary information. The individual will assist engineers with capturing detailed procedures for ECE operations. Also, candidate will work with teams on test specifications and documentation requirements requiring the ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts and make them easily understandable in text and pictures. They will be required to apply knowledge of test procedures, military standards (MIL-STDs), military specifications (MIL_SPECs), military performance specifications (MIL-PRFs), etc. as well as aerospace and other relevant standards in order to produce technically-oriented documentation for that meet technical writing principles and Redstone Test Center (RTC) standards.
Desired Qualifications: Active Security Clearance.
Comments: COVID-19 vaccines or weekly testing may be required as a condition of employment.