Northrop Grumman GBSD Sr. Principal Radiation Effects Engineer/Analyst in Roy, Utah
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Northrop Grumman Space Systems is seeking a Radiation Effects Engineer/Analyst This position will be located in [location] and will support the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) program. Learn more about the GBSD program here.
What You'll Get To Do:
A Level 4 Engineer is expected to be a self-starter, have excellent communication and time management skills, and build strong mentoring relationships with junior engineers.
Prepare radiation analyses for missile, satellite and ground equipment systems, including TREE, SGEMP, IEMP and Single Event Effects
Prepare Statement of Works for radiation test labs defining requirements for radiation testing of electronic components
Prepare test plans and test reports for radiation testing of electronic components (e.g. total dose, prompt dose rate, and single event upset)
Interface with multiple disciplines such as program management, electrical, mechanical, system engineering, parts and material, electromagnetic effects, procurement, subcontractors, manufacturing and test.
Present radiation requirements and compliance at PDRs, CDRs, Working Groups, and other technical interchange meetings and program reviews as required.
Essential functions of the role include:
Nuclear Weapon Effects analysis
Design review presentations
Mentorship and training As a full-time employee of Northrop Grumman Space Systems, you are eligible for our robust benefits package including: • Medical, Dental & Vision coverage • 401k • Educational Assistance • Life Insurance • Employee Assistance Programs & Work/Life Solutions • Paid Time Off • Health & Wellness Resources • Employee Discounts This position's standard work schedule is a 9/80. The 9/80 schedule allows employees who work a nine-hour day Monday through Thursday to take every other Friday off. UTSpace
You'll bring These Qualifications:
Bachelors of Science Degree OR higher in Physics, Nuclear Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or closely related technical discipline
9 years' experience with a BS Degree, or 7 years' experience with a Master's, or 4 years' experience with a PhD in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or closely related technical discipline
Active Secret clearance with investigation in the last 6 years
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Experience with the following radiation tools: CEPXS, ITS, MCNP, NOVICE, Testable Hardware Tool-kit (THTk), XTRRA, MEEC++, SIRE2, CRÈME96, PSPICE, etc. is highly preferred
Masters or PhD is preferred.
Knowledge of the physics associated with radiation effects in semiconductor devices is a plus
Strong written and verbal communication skills of the English language is desired
Active Top Secret clearance is preferred
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Job Category : Engineering