Engineer Fire Control Tracked Combat Vehicle
Sterling Heights, MI 48310
Bachelors Degree required.
Design engineer with emphasis on system and subsystem integration and test.
Review and develop hardware and software requirement documents and test plans.
Support hardware and software integration in a lab environment to include the use of various test equipment to include dynamic analyzers, oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, Ethernet, RS-422, etc.
Perform vehicle level testing utilizing the same type of equipment.
Analyze subsystem requirements and develop logic for flowcharts, state charts, state diagrams, and fire control algorithms for design documents.
Support fielding and production sites to investigate/resolve fire control issues.
Support the integration and testing of electrical control devices and sensors on various vehicle platforms.
Provide technical support and communication as required to program office, customers, and other departments within the company.
Bachelors Degree required. (Electrical Engineering preferred, similar technical degrees will be considered with relevant experience.)
-Must be capable of getting a secret clearance
-Occasional travel to field sights required
-Extensive vehicle and lab testing required
-Must meet ASR requirements to work inside tanks and military vehicles
-Extensive use of computer and test equipment in both the laboratory and field environment
-Good communication skills required
-Must be capable of working in a team environment
-Occasionally must lift and carry test equipment weighing 30 lbs
Vice President, Engineering Delivery
Rich Kirk has been part of The Panther Group for 6 years. He has worked his way up from an entry level recruiter to the Director of Operations for the Engineering Division.
Fun Fact: A native of England, Rich is an avid soccer fan and plays just like David Beckham