Radiation Effects Engineer
Company: Harris Corp
Posted on: January 15, 2019
Description: Job Title: Radiation Effects Engineer, Senior SpecialistJob Code: SIS20182008-26833Job Location: Melbourne,--FLJob Description:Harris' Space and Intelligence Systems seeks a Radiation Effects Engineer with expertise in space radiation to join our growing team. The person in this position will be responsible for supporting the development of precision navigation and timing products, and ensuring survivability in the on-orbit environment.-- This includes all phases of product development from initial architecture and development of interfaces and component requirements thru design, testing and verification, on to production support. --Some products may require operational support and on-orbit anomaly resolution.-- Tasks will include characterization of space environment impacts on system performance, testing and selecting parts, and evaluation of alternative designs for optimum robustness and performance.Determine and specify space environments for systems, subsystems and components.Understand space environment interactions with spacecraft components and materials.Perform analysis and modeling of designs against expected environments to verify robustness.--Assist with requirements analysis and parts selection recommendations (eg. SCD's, PAR's).Apply understanding of Total Ionizing Dose, Displacement Damage, and Single Event EffectsPlan and execute component testing for TID, SEE, DD, Prompt Dose (Flash X-ray).Prepare test reports, present results and achieve customer approvals.Qualifications:Bachelor's Degree with 6+ years of experience or equivalentPreferred Additional Skills:MS or PhD degree in physics, engineering or similar technical field preferredExperience in planning and execution of RLAT, SEE, and FXR tests on components and subsystemsExperience in using one or more radiation transport analysis (eg. GEANT4, MCNPX, NOVICE) or radiation effects testingKnowledge/experience in the effects of UV and atomic oxygen on materials and componentsExperience in analysis, control and mitigation for spacecraft chargingUnderstanding of NWE and how to interpret/mitigate, i.e. PD upset/transient/latch up/burnout, SGEMP, IEMP, and fission byproducts.RF domain knowledgeExperience in design and/or analysis of digital and analog circuitsKnowledge/use of Microsoft OfficeKnowledge/experience in the effects of radiation on materials and components.Ability to obtain a security clearanceAble to present results and communicate with Customers and Senior ManagementPlease be aware that many of our positions require a security clearance, or the ability to obtain one.-- Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens.-- In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be--subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.--By submitting your r--sum-- for this position, you understand and agree that Harris Corporation may share your r--sum--, as well as any other related personal information or documentation you provide, with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies for the purpose of considering you for other available positions.--Harris is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.Candidates will support Environment, Health and Safety by fulfilling the Harris EHS Policy, complying with Harris EHS programs and applicable regulations, and striving for continual EHS improvement.-- Location: USA - FL - Melbourne Activation Date: Monday, August 20, 2018 Expiration Date: Monday, April 1, 2019 Apply Here
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