Associate Reliability Engineer to assist with our combat vehicle programs for evaluating design changes and modifications for reliability implications and recommending improvements where feasible. In this role, you will interact closely with lead reliability engineers and design engineers.
Potential programs to support include: Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV), Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV), and the recovery vehicle (M88).
The Associate Systems Reliability Engineer:
Uses engineering and scientific principles, logic, and defined procedures, to complete tasks in straightforward situations with supervision.
Performs basic engineering design, development, analysis, experimentation, test and/or product assurance tasks of limited complexity for assigned portions of a project. Ensures tasks meet cost, quality, schedule, and performance requirements.
Applies basic engineering design and/or analytical theory, principles, techniques, and practices to a limited portion of a technical project.
Develops and writes technical documentation, makes revisions to existing documentation, and provides input to technical papers or presentations.
Performs basic technical analysis, testing, calculations, and evaluation of results using specialized equipment and/or by computer programs.
Analyzes and interprets design specifications, drawings, documentation, models, and/or test results to ensure technical designs comply with applicable engineering standards, military specifications and product requirements.
Develops and maintains effective relations with customers to solve technical problems and implement solutions of limited complexity.
Acquires and maintains up-to-date knowledge of relevant engineering discipline(s), industry practices, trends, and applications.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace, or Software Engineering) or equivalent experience as a substitution for education.
Entry level knowledge of fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of a relevant technical field of specialization.
Familiarity with current computer applications (Microsoft Office) and technologies in applicable engineering disciplines.
Ability to solve basic technical design and development problems.
Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with customers to solve technical problems.
Ability to evaluate requirements for reliability impact to a system.
Ability to review and evaluate electrical circuit diagrams and mechanical engineering drawings.
Ability to analyze system and subsystem designs for reliability deficiencies and recommend potential corrective action.
Ability to develop strategies, testing, and analysis methods for complex problems.
Ability to conduct reliability analyses to include reliability modeling, predictions, allocations, failure analysis, etc.