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Job Ref:  9203
Employer:  General Dynamics US
Country:  United States
County/State:  Connecticut
City:  Groton
20/10/2016 05:12
The Payload Launch Control and Onboard Trainers Engineering department applies highly diversified skills to produce weapon and payload launching electronics for US Navy nuclear submarines. Leveraging the latest state-of-the-art technologies, Payload Launch Control systems are provided for Weapon Launch Control; Payload Launch Control; Weapons Shipping and Handling; and shipboard and land based trainers. Engineering opportunities range from initial system concept, requirements analysis/definition, design/development, hardware/software integration, system integration, test, delivery, customer interaction, and project management of these systems. For delivered submarines, engineering efforts extend to the analysis and resolution of fleet identified problems, assessment of obsolescence issues, and implementation of modernization programs.
The VIRGINIA Payload Module (VPM) Systems and Hardware Engineering groups within Department 440 focus on new development of the electronic control system used for VPM payload launch control. These groups lead the engineering efforts of a multi-discipline engineering team including software, hardware, test, and other supporting engineers. Engineers within the groups additionally interface closely with other departments (electrical, fluid systems, and mechanical) and external stakeholders to design a robust launch control system.

Responsibilities may include
• Developing system concept of operations
• Analyzing high-level requirements and documentation to define system and sub-subsystems requirements
• Developing control logic and equations
• Selecting/developing interfacing sensors and actuators
• Leading development of system cabling or electronic hardware drawings
• Integrating complex systems and components
• Defining and managing system interfaces
• Validating system functionality through hardware and software development efforts
• Supporting system test verification activities
• Analyzing and modeling physical systems in MATLAB
• Designing, packaging, and troubleshooting of software enabled electronic circuits
• Developing and maintaining project schedules; ensuring adherence to budget and schedule
• Collaborating with other electrical, mechanical, ship systems, ship control systems, and systems engineers to develop control logic and define interface requirements
• Interfacing with program office personnel to plan and update work products
• Presenting information to customers including Navy and NAVSEA personnel
• Interfacing with the shipbuilder to ensure timely product delivery and high quality construction
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