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Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Venice, California

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Job Title: Lead, Systems Engineering (I&T IPT Lead)

Job Code: 10119

Job Location: Van Nuys, CA

Job Description:

L3Harris is looking for an Integration & Test Integrated Product Team Lead with comprehensive knowledge of Radar Systems and in-depth knowledge of project management. Responsible for the system level integration and/or test , ensuring electrical and physical compatibility to meet program technical, schedule and cost objectives. In support of system design activities, responsible for test and/or integration of electromechanical systems from the system design phase through development, documentation, installation and sell-off of the completed system. Integration responsibilities may include development and implementation of integration plans and procedures for hardware, software, and facilities. Responsible for the physical and electrical compatibility of functional interfaces and first article product integration, ensuring seamless interface between the design and production of systems. Testing responsibilities may include requirements analysis for testability issues. Develops and implements system level test programs, plans, specifications, procedures and customer acceptance. Plans and leads test working groups, test readiness reviews. Conducts testability and producibility analyses and reviews. Includes coordination with the Field Service teams who install and test production systems and improvements/repairs to fielded systems.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Manages large, complex project initiatives of substantial importance to the organization with minimal oversight or direction. Communicates within and outside of the organization to explain and influence changes to practices, processes and approaches. Makes significant improvements in processes, systems, or products. Provides input into new products/processes and implements operational plans that have measurable impact on business or functional results.
  • Work is guided by individual annual goals and objectives with minimal oversight or direction. Frequently responsible for providing guidance, coaching and training to other employees across the Company within area of expertise. Frequently responsible for managing large, complex project initiatives of strategic importance to the organization, involving large cross-functional teams.
  • Communicates within and outside of the organization which include customers or vendors. Works to influence others to accept individual or team’s views or practices and changes to concepts, practices and approaches. Communicates with leadership regarding matters of importance to the functional or business area. May conduct briefings with leaders.
  • Work consists of making significant improvements to processes, systems, solutions, or products to enhance overall team and site performance. May develop new concepts or standards, with opportunities to innovate and solve problems in an environment where information may be difficult to obtain. Conducts extensive investigations to understand root cause of problems and implement corrective actions. Problems may span a wide range of difficult and unique issues across the function and/or business area.
  • Implements strategic goals established by leadership. Establishes operational plans for job areas with short-term impact on results (e.g., less than 1 year). Provides input into new products, processes, standards and/or operational plans that will have measurable impact on the achievement of overall function or business results.

 

Responsibilities

  • Direct interface with program management, CSE & customer regarding all Integration verification planning
  • Takes direct role at program status meetings, reviews, anomaly investigations & other issues
  • Accountable to the program manager & CSE for top level planning of all assembly & integration and efforts & related verification activities
  • Creates initial, top level test flow & test approach
  • Develops System Level I&T Plans for products and programs
  • Accountable to the program manager & Chief System Engineer for top level planning of all integration and test efforts & related verification activities
  • Collaborates with Systems to define Requirements Verification Matrices (RVMs) which balances capabilities, cost and efficiency of verification (test vs. analysis)
  • Interfaces with all subject matter experts on test implementation strategy
  • Supports and Oversees specific test events related to the overall system and various products
  • Responsible for troubleshooting failures of the tests, based on test plan inputs provided by the SEIT lead and test architect
  • Responsible for completion of specific test configuration details, test procedure development, implementation & checkout of STE, test sets & test set software checkout, analysis tools evaluation
  • May be responsible for TRR planning, execution and follow up actions
  • Responsible to support the directing of test activities, including supporting shift planning
  • Interface with all subject matter experts on test implementation strategy
  • Solid understanding of various testing tools and techniques; may be a SME in a particular area of test
  • Identify risks & opportunities for specific test activities
  • Work with and influence system engineering & design on architecture(s) and interfaces to optimize & include test capabilities early in the development life cycle
  • Able to work with systems and design engineering to identify STE/GSE requirements that will satisfy testing requirements, as well as reuse options
  • Evaluate/Define STE requirements (hardware & software) needed for verification of System level requirements
  • Ensure full compliance with L3Harris policies and procedures.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 9 years of prior relevant experience, or Graduate Degree and a minimum of 7 years of prior related experience.
  • 7+ years’ experience with using high-speed digital and RF test equipment (network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, power meters, oscilloscope, logic analyzers, etc.).
  • 7+ years’ experience in RF or Digital engineering (MW MCAs, FPGAs, CCAs, PWBs, etc.) and troubleshooting techniques, tools, and process.
  • 5+ years’ experience supporting manufacturing production of electronic devices; preferably in the Radar Systems industry.
  • 3+ years’ experience as a Technical Team Lead / Integrated Project Team Lead (IPTL).
  • Prior experience as a cost account manager (CAM) or similar role responsible for managing time and labor budgets.
  • Prior experience generating presentations and briefing internal and external customers.
  • Prior experience executing throughout the full System lifecycle including requirements flow down and allocation, design, development, test, and sell-off.
  • Active US DOD SECRET security clearance

 

Preferred Additional Skills:

  • Excellent organization skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in a technical information environment
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Prior experience in Radar Systems or related industry
  • Previous experience supporting DoD/government customers
  • Military Hardware Environmental and Electrical Qualification
  • Familiarity with Mil-STD 810g and Mil-STD 461g Testing and Analysis
  • Experience with OSHA requirements and ESD best practices