Wanted: A highly motivated Test Engineer with demonstrated experience to conduct testing on Aircraft or Weapons Systems to support Naval Air Systems (NAVAIR) programs. You will join a team of highly driven, supportive, and skilled professionals engaged in full life-cycle testing across the NAVAIR community.
As a Test Engineer (Journey) you will:
Support a National Priority Program
Work with the latest, cutting edge technology
Work with a team of driven, supportive and highly skilled professionals and receive mentoring to grow your skills
Receive a robust benefits package that includes Employee Stock Ownership Plan!
Enjoy flexibility managing your work hours and personal needs with a single accrual leave plan.
A week in the life of a Test Engineer (Journey):
Work with developers, end users, and organizations to create test plans and test scripts
Coordinate with testing labs to plan and implement test events.
Create reports, track problems, and report on identified errors. Configure necessary hardware and operating environments to complete assigned testing, as needed.
Support formal test development, integrated software/system level test, Formal Qualification Test (FQT)/Verification & Validation (V&V) test, software build FQT, and segment/system test.
Conduct Verification and Validation (V&V) of standard operating procedures to support the end user.
Perform unit, functional, or system level test of tactical weapon system software.
Maintain and execute routine manual and automated test standards.
Be mentored for growth and opportunities to excel in your field!
Founded in 1975, AMERICAN SYSTEMS is one of the largest employee-owned companies in the United States. We are a government services contractor focused on delivering Strategic Solutions to complex national priority programs with 100+ locations worldwide. Through our focus on quality, strong cultural beliefs and innovation we deliver excellence every day.
Veteran Hiring Awards:
Ability to obtain Secret Clearance. US Citizenship required.
BS or BA degree in a Technical Discipline.
At least five (5) years of experience in the engineering field-testing DoD aircraft or weapons systems. In-depth knowledge of how sensors are used on their resident platforms and sufficient background knowledge and experience to enable the projection of upgraded equipment into future mission requirements. Experience must demonstrate ability to evaluate new or revised software that controls/responds to current hardware; evaluate proposed software that will control new hardware and demonstrated ability to test software. Experience must demonstrate ability to analyze solutions, estimate problem impact on mission functions and provide an evaluation on the resulting solution.
Knowledge of testing principles, theories, and concepts and ability to contribute to the development of new and innovative principles and concepts.