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ICBM Propulsion Electrical Engineer I
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BAE Systems | Hill AFB, UT
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Job Description

BAE Systems is seeking a diligent and proactive individual with a proven high quality work ethic to fill an entry-level position (Engineer I - Electrical) to support the readiness and sustainment of the United States Air Force (USAF) Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Weapon System (WS). The individual must hold a valid Electrical Engineering degree from an ABET accredited university.

The overarching role of the Engineer I - Electrical is to work closely with the customer, the United States Air Force (USAF), to apply engineering principles and best practices to optimize Weapon System operational service and performance.

The candidate selected for this entry-level Electrical Engineering position will:

* Work with a multi-discipline systems engineering team, write specifications, prepare and review Electrical schematics and drawings, and manage work to meet program schedules.
* Apply electrical engineering principles and analytical methods and techniques to:
* Identify or evaluate needed or proposed modifications and/or replacements for WS electrical components;
* Prepare and be able to defend technical recommendations concerning any needed modifications and/or replacements for electrical systems.

* Learn and apply the principles and mandates for weapons systems security in connection with use of logic based components
* Be able to create and interpret Computer Aided Design (CAD) models, schematics, and wiring diagrams.
* Demonstrate the ability to quickly learn and apply the engineering design process including conceptual development, physical design, and support to procurement, engineering test, failure root-cause and electrical circuit trouble shooting.
* Possess an understanding in the application of physical laws and principles of single phase and multi-phase power systems, electromagnetic compatibility and effects on electrical systems and basic statistical analyses.
* Demonstrate clear written and verbal communication.

Consider safety in all aspects of work and engineering efforts.