Ground Support Systems Engineer Job In Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Copello

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
ID #1064455157
70000 £
Ground Support Systems Engineer Job In Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Copello
United Kingdom, Buckinghamshire, Marlow,
Published June 28, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Ground support systems engineer
Min. Salary: 55000.00

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Ground Support Systems Engineer

F/T, permanent

Marlow, Buckinghamshire

Circa £70,000pa DOE

Flexible working, standardised 4 day work week pattern.

10% bonus, 8% matched pension, PMI, 25 days hols

We are currently recruiting for a Ground Support Engineer to work on developing support solutions as part of a major Electronic Warfare Training Programme.

Candidates will have sound Systems Engineering experience across full lifecycle, including support to design reviews and test readiness reviews. Experience in Electronic Warfare domain would be a distinct advantage.

Your role will be to specify custom and off the shelf equipment and training, as part of the delivery of a Ground Support Handling and a Ground Support Test Solution for Airborne Podded Systems.

Key Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

* Review ground handling requirements, including decomposition of requirements from use cases and high-level requirements to derive equipment level technical specifications.

* Review of legacy and existing in-service ground handling systems, including liaison with existing ground staff supporting in-service capability.

* Work with mechanical engineering to deliver detailed engineering drawings for ground-handling and transport solutions for main and forward operating bases.

* Engagement with suppliers, including identification of cost effective COTS and custom solutions, as appropriate.

* Working with test engineers to scope and specify test equipment to support calibration and BITE for various types of airborne podded equipment.

* Work with the NATO customer and other key stakeholders to review the acceptability of the GSE solution and training plan.

* Lead assessments to determine compatibility of the solution to applicable standards and provide inputs to ILS to support reliability and spares considerations.

* Contribute to programme risk assessments and risk mitigation planning.

It would be advantageous for candidates to have experience in an aircraft maintenance/ avionics/ ground handling setting.

Salary negotiable depending on experience, candidates may be required to obtain an appropriate level of security clearance

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