As part of a dynamic team, you will provide technical and operational support as an electrical engineer working alongside our US Army TACOM customers in the Ground Vehicle Robotics group. Be rewarded with a technically challenging and diverse career in the areas of manned & unmanned ground vehicles, robotics, vehicle electronics, and ground vehicle simulation.
Come join the Army team responsible for leading, researching, designing, developing, engineering, testing, and transitioning autonomous ground vehicle technology for the current and future force.
In this position you will help to define system requirements, system architecture, data communications requirements, and perform system modeling for autonomous and remotely controlled robotic military vehicles.
Essential Job Functions:
Work with the autonomous solutions engineering team, providing subject matter expertise to define, develop, refine, implement, and test Army Ground Vehicle Robotic Systems.
Participate in Army and Industry IPTs, to include development and presentation of briefings to stakeholders, as well as Industry Partners.
Occasional travel to Army Test Facilities in support of test events.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering .
Must be able to attain a secret clearance.
Familiarity with IOP.
Familiarity with SysML and/or MagicDraw.
Familiarity with automotive communications (e.g. CAN, FlexRay).
Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
Familiarity with Vector/CANoe software tools.
Hands on experience with automotive systems and a familiarity with automotive subsystems such as steering, transmissions, brake systems, etc.
Experience in robotics or mechatronics.
Prior military service highly desired.