Guidance Navigation and Control Engineer
Boeing’s innovations in design, sustainment, maintenance, and modernization have ensured the safety, security, and effectiveness of the Minuteman system.
The Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) is part of the Strategic Deterrence Systems division that is composed of the lifecycle programs supporting the Minuteman system. Our division includes the Boeing Guidance Repair Center that manages the sustainment and refurbishment of the guidance system, the Minuteman Programs comprised of contracts for incremental upgrades and sustainment, and the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) the Minuteman system replacement system. Our vast portfolio provides candidates with the opportunity to grow and develop a wide range of expertise throughout their career.
This position is for a member of our Guidance Navigation and Control (GN&C) team. The successful candidate for this position will join a dynamic growing team responsible for the development of the overall GBSD guidance system.
Expected Duties Include:
- Gather, define, integrate and document system level requirements to support GN&C, mission and/or trajectory requirements definition
- Define GN&C subsystem requirements, verification plans and resolve requirements conflicts. Ensure requirements quality and traceability.
- Perform and guide Navigation system development, integration and testing
- Perform GN&C system development and implementation
- Develop and guide the development of Navigation and GN&C algorithms, models and flight software
- Perform and guide Navigation and GN&C analysis, modeling and simulation tasks to validate system design and performance
- Develop and review internal schedules and supplier plans for development and test of the GN&C subsystem, its components and integration into the air vehicle
- Perform Navigation and GN&C system integration, checkout and troubleshooting of anomalies
- Perform and direct test planning, development of test procedures and test execution
- United States Citizenship to obtain U.S. Security Clearance
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in engineering or equivalent
- 10 years or more experience in development lifecycle for aircraft, missile, spacecraft or similar vehicle navigation systems
- 5 or more years' experience using Matlab/Simulink and Autocoding tools
Ideal Educational Experience
Degree and typical experience in engineering classification: Bachelor's and 20 or more years' experience, Master's with 18 or more years' experience or PhD with 15 or more years' experience. Bachelor, Master or Doctorate of Science degree from an accredited course of study, in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry. ABET is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard.