Systems Engineer (Training Services)
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Systems Engineer (Training Services)
BDUK is a subsidiary of the Boeing Company and currently employs over 1,200 people in the UK. BDUK is responsible for delivering several exciting contracts to our UK defence customers
This role encompasses all elements of Systems Engineering in a training services context, including requirements management, functional analysis and allocation, integration and test, verification and validation. Elements of technical planning and programme monitoring and control will also be required to facilitate programme milestone delivery within time and budget (e.g. development of engineering plans, progress reporting, management of metrics and baselines, configuration and data management, technical input to risks and opportunities). Integration of Systems Engineering activities with specialist disciplines (e.g. safety, security, Human Factors, logistics) will be essential.
The successful candidate will work within the Training Service Engineering department supporting a range of training services including Apache, C-17, E-7, P-8, Chinook and DCS&S
What we’re looking for:
- A Degree level qualification in Engineering is preferred (but not essential) or significant experience in developing, maintaining and/or managing systems/services within a synthetic training environment, including full -flight simulators and maintenance training equipment / rigs.
- The ideal candidate will have Training System Engineering Experience (System Design, Project Planning,); extensive knowledge of training equipment subsystems including IGs, CGFs, IOS's, Aural Cue, Interface Electronics and Comms systems etc and skills, excellent IT skills; Good Customer Facing Skills.
- Experience in some of the following areas is Preferred:
- Training Needs Analysis (e.g. JSP 822, JSP 939), Modelling and Simulation tools (such as VBS, VRForces, Simulink etc)
- Synthetic training standards (such as CIGI, HLA, DMASC rules etc ) and Regulatory requirements for synthetic training (such as CS-FSTD, SoM 2008, LVD etc)
All information provided will be checked and may be verified.
Important information regarding this requisition: This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK. CANDIDATES MUST HAVE CURRENT LEGAL AUTHORISATION TO WORK IMMEDIATELY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. BOEING WILL NOT ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN IMMIGRATION AND LABOR SPONSORSHIP FOR ANY APPLICANTS. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S. based payroll.
PLEASE NOTE: The successful candidate will be expected to undergo a SECURITY CHECK/CLEARANCE
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No, this position is not contingent upon program award
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