Are you looking for an opportunity to combine your technical skills with big picture thinking to make an impact in global defense? You understand your customer’s environment and how to develop the right systems for their mission. Your ability to translate real-world needs into technical specifications, makes you an integral part of delivering a customer focused engineering solution.
As a systems engineer on our team, you have the chance to shape the development of procedures and contingency plans to eliminate WMD delivery systems by leading technical analysis and consultation to government agencies. Your customer will trust you to not only design and develop these systems, but also evolve them with advanced technology solutions. On our team, you’ll be able to broaden your skill set into areas like analyzing the development and implementation of decommissioning, disassembly, component elimination, and residue disposal procedures of WMD delivery systems and supporting infrastructure. Grow your skills by merging your technical knowledge and expertise and global infrastructure growth to create customized solutions for government agencies. Join our team and create the future of missile elimination in global defense. CONUS and OCONUS travel is required for this position.
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5+ years of experience with working in ballistic missile systems technical areas, including production, maintenance, and demilitarization or working with delivery systems, including cruise missiles
Experience in working with the functions of missile system hardware components and commodities, including solid and liquid propellants, nozzles, guidance and control systems, airframes, payloads, and support infrastructure
Ability to travel to various locations in the US and internationally at least once a quarter throughout the calendar year
Ability to obtain a security clearance
HS diploma or GED
Nice If You Have:
Knowledge of industrial standards, including DoD 4145.26-M, DoD Contractors’ Safety Manual for Ammunition and Explosives and CPIA Publication, 394 Hazards of Chemical Rockets and Propellants: Safety, Health, and the Environment
Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), the DoD’s acquisition processes, and the various technical reviews required for acquisition approval
BS degree in Aerospace Engineering, ME, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Emergency Management, Emergency and Disaster Preparedness, or related industrial hazard management or manufacturing field or 6+ years of experience with industrial hazard management or manufacturing in lieu of degree
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Build Your Career:
When you join Booz Allen, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with other professionals doing similar work across multiple markets. You’ll share best practices and work through challenges as you gain experience and mentoring to develop your career. In addition, you will have access to a wealth of training resources through our Engineering & Science University, an online learning portal where you can access more than 5000 tech courses, certifications and books. Build your technical skills through hands-on training on the latest tools and tech from our in-house experts. Pursuing certifications that directly impact your role? You may be able to take advantage of our tuition assistance, on-site courses, vendor relationships, and a network of experts who can give you helpful tips. We’ll help you develop the career you want as you chart your own course for success.
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