Avionics Systems Engineer


Kihomac Hill Air Force Base , UT 84040

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  • Collect data, prepare documents, support research projects, and provide sustainment support as part of the A-10 avionics integration effort in support of the 309th Software Maintenance Group.
  • Provide software sustainment support for OTP, IFFCC, IEPU, OFP, TEMS/ADR, WINTASS, RTEDV, OTPs Offline Help, ASIST, SADL, MAC, and SMAP
  • Support engineer program development and modifications by working with other personnel (engineers, equipment specialists, Program Managers, etc.) and developing brief information
  • Resolve configuration issues by collecting data, reviewing for conflicts with other subsystems, supporting integration and planning of modifications, evaluating aircraft system information, and determining problem areas
  • Design interface modifications and on-board software; analyze electrical and software interfaces; verify and validate on-aircraft designs; coordinate deliveries and schedules; provide support to OSS&E, IA, and Airworthiness; and document changes
  • Prepare engineering studies, assemble data, coordinate with engineers, and support document finalization
  • Design mechanical systems/components for installation of on-aircraft avionics modifications, electrical interfaces, wiring, matrix assemblies, and power panels
  • Prepare documentation and drawings to create technical data packages and kits and support trail installations, engineering proofs of concept, kit proofing, validation, and verification
  • Control changes using the ECP process, ensure accomplishment of risk assessment/management, support the PAR CCB, conduct data reviews of WITs and DRs, and take action to resolve problems
  • Support special research projects
  • Receive tasks (including technical documentation, process, system requirements derivation, engineering design, resource coordination, and integration) through a Government task scheduling system
  • Review and author technical source data, provide page and graphics count estimates, and author and review required technical data package changes
  • Assist in the implementation of TOs and technical data
  • Perform lab qualification testing
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Education/Training (both required and desired):
    • Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or closely related field
  • Experience:
    • 2+ years of professional experience in software development, which may include the following:
      • XML, HTML, Java Script, Perl, ASP, and/or similar scripting languages
      • Windows, Linux, Unix, Solaris, VMS, RTOS and/or other operating systems
      • LabView, ADA, C, C++, .Net technology, Java, Fortran, Assembly, Jovial, Visual Basic, and/or other programming languages
      • MIL-STD-1553B Bus Monitor functions and Communication,
      • A-10 avionics

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