Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RIS) Systems Engineering
Integration and Test (SEIT) Center is seeking strategic technical
leaders passionate about effective application of principled
Systems Engineering to deliver world-class sensor product
technologies and solutions to our commercial and defense customers.
Applicants must exhibit an exceptional degree of ingenuity,
creativity and resourcefulness; and will apply and develop highly
advanced technologies, scientific principles, theories and concepts
and is viewed within the company and the customer community as an
expert in the Radar technologies.
The Engineering Fellow will assume a key leadership and advisory
role to the Engineering organization and will have frequent
interaction with program customers. Additionally, the Engineering
Fellow will need to be cognizant of business execution as they
craft the Radar technical roadmaps that align with the
organizations strategic direction.
In addition to deep technical expertise, the successful
candidate for this role must exhibit fine-tuned communication and
presentation skills to interface with senior level executives at
Raytheon Intelligence and Space (RIS) and with its customers. The
Engineering Fellow will also lead proposals, shape customer
solicitations, and represent RIS in industry forums.
The Engineering Fellow demonstrates an ability to identify and
understand technology risks and defines event driven evaluations of
airborne radar systems supporting technical maturation and risk
burn-down. The Fellow applies career experiences to architect Test
and Evaluation events and environments that efficiently and
effectively leverage simulations, test beds, and prototypes, to
satisfy development, and qualification objectives. The Fellow is
capable of specifying requirements for capital, contract, and
government assets to define development environments, System
Integration Labs (SILs) and STE needed for execution of programs,
production, and key events (e.g. TRR). He/She is a forward thinker,
looking to improve efficiency, increase reuse, and drive common
solutions. The individual is a recognized advocate and practitioner
of robust design practices enabling rapid integration through
application of test-centric design. He/She steers requirement flow
down and iterative error analyses supporting well defined test with
cost-effective system integration and test environments. The Fellow
implements and drives for test verticality, traceability, and
realistic efficient plans and processes moving products through the
entire product life cycle.
The Engineering Fellow will possess career experience and
demonstrate technical acumen in product technologies associated
with complex Radar capabilities, such as electronically steered
array (ESA) antennas, transmitters and receiver exciters (REXs),
radar digital signal processing electronics, pointing and
stabilization measurement instruments and control algorithms, and
radar algorithm/mode techniques associated with Synthetic Aperture
Radar (SAR), Ground Moving Target Indication (GMTI), and Radar
Cross Section (RCS) estimation. Additionally, a robust System
Engineering background with knowledge of radar architecture,
modeling and simulation techniques, system analysis, and radar mode
development is desired.
Organization, and strong communication skills are required for
regular day to day face time with operations, chief engineers,
department managers, and program managers to ensure proper support
to the product line.
* Minimum of 12 years professional related work experience with
Radar based products and/or technologies
* Minimum of 12 years of experience in Systems Engineering, or
* Minimum of 12 years of experience with development,
environmental/qualification, manufacturing, depot/repair, and/or
* Demonstrated executive presence, strong written and oral
communication skills, solid judgment, reasoning, and decision
* Advocate for the application of systems engineering across the
entire product life cycle
* Experience with proposal preparation
* Must have Patents, Publications, and/or Technical
Presentations to industry
* Mentoring and providing career development direction to junior
* U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an
active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.
* Must have an existing Active Secret and have ability to
readily obtain Top Secret, SSBI, and special access security
* Demonstrated technical leadership with new business
capture/pursuit, including contribution and/or authoring of white
papers, Request for Information (RFI) responses, and proposal
* Understanding of broader policies and organizations that
govern the conduct of Test and Evaluation activities within the
Department of Defense
* Master's degree (MA, MS, MBA) in Engineering, Math, Physics or
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person
who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual
orientation, gender orientation, gender identity, national origin,
disability, or protected Veteran status.