ASG - HFE Systems Engineer Lead
El Segundo, California; Los Angeles, California
Here, systems engineering means integrating performance, safety, reliability, maintainability, testability and human systems into all of our products and solutions. In other words, you’ll build the future of Boeing.
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What does it take?
What makes a successful Systems Engineering employee? Check out the info to the right to see if you have what it takes.
- Technologically savvy
“ At Boeing, we work in space. We work in air traffic management. We build airplanes. It’s really rewarding to see work that we do in a lab develop into an amazing product. That’s a daily occurrence. ”Suzanne Hawkins Systems Engineer
Most employees are eligible for an annual incentive reward.
Unlimited access to online lessons, certification courses and degree-seeking programs.
12 weeks paid parental leave.
Our 401(k) plan features generous matching and company contributions (up to 11 percent!).
Back to School
Generous funding for hundreds of accredited colleges and universities (up to $25,000 per year for many programs; up to 100% for eligible STEM-studies).
Up to $10,000 in donations and volunteer matching per year.
ASG - HFE Systems Engineer Lead
- Makes customers and their needs a primary focus on one’s actions; develops and sustains productive customer relationships.
- Applies knowledge of human engineering tools and methods (eg; task and workload analysis, digital human modeling, simulation, and prototyping, usability evaluation, statistical and human error analysis) to assist in the development, test evaluation of safe and effective user interfaces.
- Lead human engineering design process, in elements (e.g., requirements definition, design, design documentation, trade studies, failure analysis, test evaluation, sub-contractor management, configuration management), and its relationship to the product lifecycle to effectively analyze product design.
- Work with multi-disciplinary teams of engineers, including experts in robotics, autonomy, aerodynamics, flight controls, structures, flight testing, and human factors to develop user interfaces for human-robot and human-autonomy interaction.
- Incorporate human factors, human systems, and cognitive engineering elements into current and future research and development programs.
- Apply expertise in knowledge elicitation, systems engineering, user interface design, human subjects testing, training programs, and procedures in support of developing new interface systems and methodologies.
- Develop designs and software requirements for innovative user interfaces, potentially including novel interface modalities (e.g. augmented reality, speech interaction) for human interaction with robotics and autonomous systems.
- Support software architecture definition for those systems.
- Support compilation of materials for customer reports and periodically support proposal writing.
- Additionally the applicant will be trained in the use of Boeing and Ground processes and procedures.
- Successful completion of a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) by the federal government within the last 5 years.
- Bachelor, Master or Doctorate of Science degree from
an accredited course of study, in engineering, computer science,
mathematics, physics is required.
- Experience applying design and cognitive engineering principles to relevant aerospace problems.
- Technical background in user interface design, autonomous systems, robotics, human-computer interaction, and/or machine learning.
- Demonstrated success in a highly collaborative environment.
- B.S., M.S. or PhD in Human Factors Engineering, or other appropriate engineering field with a Human Factors concentration.
- Excellent English written and oral communications skills.
- 10+ years of demonstrated experience developing complex human-in-the-loop systems.
- Experience in software architecting and software implementation.
- Experience with Java is desirable.
- Experience with standard systems engineering practices (requirements definition, risk identification and management, fault tree generation, FMECA, etc.).