- 20-Sep-2019 to 06-Feb-2025 (EST)
- Dayton Area Operation
- Dayton, OH, USA
- Full Time
SURVICE Engineering Company offers a total rewards package to include competitive salaries, comprehensive insurance options, paid time off, 401k retirement and profit sharing, flexible spending, tuition reimbursement and more.
Security Clearance Requirement
Must be able to obtain a DoD issued government security clearance
Established in 1981, SURVICE Engineering is a nationally recognized, single-source engineering service provider for Government and Industry organizations involved in all phases of the systems engineering process. We're proud to have supported the development, testing, and analysis of many of the major U.S. combat systems in the field today. Join us in making a difference in the lives of those defending our nation.
SURVICE Engineering is currently seeking an Engineer or Scientist to join our Dayton Area Operation in support of our growing multi-service and company-wide High Energy Laser (HEL) programs. This key position will be responsible for researching, developing, testing, and applying methods for determining thermal damage to aircraft and munitions when being engaged by HEL combat threats. HEL damage experience is desired but not absolutely required for candidates with well-rounded engineering/scientist experience that are fast learners and self-motivated. Project leadership opportunities exist for the right candidate. This position provides opportunities to collaborate with Air Force, Navy, Army, and Industry partners.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
- Research and develop analytical approaches, that do not exist today, for evaluating HEL damage vulnerabilities of aircraft, weapons, and munitions
- Strategize, plan, and conduct testing of aircraft, weapon, and munition materials and components to evaluate thermal damage effects from High Energy Lasers
- Conduct research and development of vulnerability reduction technologies to minimize HEL damage effects
- Conduct research and development in both office and laboratory environments
- Predict system level effects of HEL induced damage by conducting Damage Modes and Effects Analysis, FALT analyses, and executing simulation encounters
- Communicate project status and conclusion summaries through presentations and written reports
Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Physics, or related field, along with a minimum of 3 years of engineering or research experience in the aircraft, weapons, or munitions field
- Must be an excellent communicator both written and verbally
- Must be able to work independently as well as within a team environment
- Must be able to travel, on occasion, within the continental United States
- General experience with test and evaluation is beneficial
- General experience with modeling and simulation is beneficial
- General knowledge of aircraft, weapons, and/or munitions components and systems is beneficial
- Research and development experience is beneficial