Responsibilities: The Senior Project Engineer determines the technical approach, applies creativity and advanced concepts in the area of specialty in developing solutions. Provides support to a wide array of technical products. Responsible for development and maintenance of the program technical objectives and plans, engineering staffing plans, the schedule for the technical effort, review and approval of technical designs and engineering work products, and providing the primary technical interface with the customer, other GD-OTS functional organizations and management
Skills: Mechanical engineering design, analysis and test which include design of mechanical assemblies, mechanisms and articulating devices, and structural design of equipment cabinets, containers, structures, fixtures and test stands; development and production assignments, broad knowledge of materials applications, hardware evaluation and verification through testing, and formal problem root cause analysis and corrective action planning and execution. Scope: Under general supervision, frequently applies principles, concepts and practices of discipline. Responds to broadly defined tasks, generally participating in major program or significant portion of program, guided by policies and procedures Review and approval of program specific technical designs and engineering work products.
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree required in an applicable engineering, technical, or science discipline or equivalent experience. Master’s degree desired in an applicable engineering, technical, or science discipline; six years of relevant experience desired.