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Do you have a desire to help our Military?
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At General Dynamics Electric Boat - We deliver the advantage that protects Our Sailors, Our Families, and Our Freedom!
Applying for a position with General Dynamics Electric Boat means you are a purpose driven collaborator that will be devoted to our mission of providing the United States Navy with the most superior nuclear submarines in the world. We consider all highly motivated applicants that strive to reach their fullest potential. Joining our team means you become part of a 100 year legacy of dedicated Americans that have left their mark on the continued freedom of this great country. We welcome you the opportunity to leave yours!
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The Payload Launch Control department applies highly diversified skills to produce weapon and payload launching electronics for US Navy nuclear submarines. Leveraging the latest state-of-the-art technologies, Payload Launch Control systems are provided for Weapon Launch Control; Payload Launch Control; Weapons Shipping and Handling; and shipboard and land based trainers. Engineering opportunities range from initial system concept, requirements analysis/definition, design/development, hardware/software integration, system integration, test, delivery, customer interaction, and project management of these systems.
This job posting is for positions within the VIRGINIA Payload Module Electronic Hardware Engineering group. In this group, we perform systems engineering, integration, test, and fleet support activities for submarine combat systems. We are responsible for developing the electronic control system for the control of payload tubes, payloads, and tactical weapons for VIRGINIA Block V w/VIRGINIA Payload Module.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Developing and integrating electronics hardware including procurement and manufacturing
Developing system concept of operations
Analyzing high-level requirements and documentation to define system and sub-subsystems requirements
Collaborating with other electrical, mechanical, ship systems, ship control systems, and systems engineers to develop control logic and define interface requirements
Selecting/developing interfacing sensors, actuators, and cabling
Defining and managing system interfaces
Leading development of system cabling or electronic hardware drawings
Analyzing and modeling physical systems using simulation and model-based design software
Integrating complex systems and components
Designing, packaging, and troubleshooting of software enabled electronic circuits
Validating system functionality through hardware and software development efforts
Supporting shipboard integration, testing, and troubleshooting
Developing system test and environmental qualification plans
Developing/performing test procedures and automated software-based test scenarios
Supporting system test verification activities
Occasional travel required
Bachelor of Science degree or higher in Electrical, Electronic Systems Engineering, or equivalent Engineering degree by June 2020
Less than two years of experience
Strong written, oral communication, and interpersonal skills