The Leidos Airborne Integration & Ground Processing Systems operation of the Advanced Solutions Group currently has a career opening for a Sensor Systems Engineer for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low - Enhanced (ARL-E) program.
ARL-E is a multi-year program supporting the U.S. Army with upgrading and enhancing the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities of their airborne reconnaissance fleet.
The ARL-E team is geographically separated with primary duty locations in Manassas, VA and Aberdeen, MD. The work location for this position will be Aberdeen, MD. A minimum of 25% travel may be required to support activities at each of the primary duty locations as well as CONUS test ranges. The Sensor Systems Engineer will report to the Mission Integration Lead Engineer located in Aberdeen, MD.
Active Top Secret is required upon hire, with an ability to obtain a TS SCI.
Roles and Responsibilities:
The Sensor Systems Engineer is responsible for providing overall sensor payload design and development of the systems that make up the mission equipment payload. The Sensor Systems Engineer will manage the full life-cycle of multiple IMINT, Hyperspectral, and RADAR sensor suites providing overall Sensor support for the ARL-E program. The Sensor Systems Engineer will also act as a Subject Matter Expert to provide engineering solutions and recommendations to the onsite Field Service Representatives.
Day to day activities include:
Reporting directly to the Lead Integration Engineer; interact with operators, users, and the government customer in the delivery of Sensor systems and services.
Engineering and analysis of the IMINT, Hyperspectral, and RADAR sensor suites and associated equipment; developing engineering and design solutions to meet systems requirements.
Providing hands-on support in the installation, integration and managing of the systems.
Researching technical data and documentation, perform calculations, complete analysis to troubleshoot complex sensor systems
Ensuring program requirements are met by creating and performing unit and system-level tests and recommend systems upgrades
Developing engineering preventive maintenance plans
Active Top Secret security clearance
BS Degree and 4-8 years of related experience; additional years of experience or military training may be considered in lieu of a degree.
Experience with Sensor Test Equipment (oscilloscopes, power meters, spectrum analyzers, multi-meters), basic electronic principles, and basic knowledge of networking equipment is required.
Be willing to travel 25%
Must be able to lift 50 lbs, and carry a distance of 100 yards as necessary
Possess strong troubleshooting, problem-solving, organizational, and verbal/written communication skills.
Proficient with Microsoft Office suite (i.e., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Project and Outlook).
Knowledge of AISR systems
Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) experience
Orion-E, CLAW, MOVINT Software experience
Experience in formal technical documentation writing
Experience with integrating hardware into ISR Ground Stations and Airborne Platforms
Configuration Management experience
Class II flight physical (FAA or military equivalent
External Referral Eligible