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Post subject: Bus Systems Engineer - Space Radar Position Available Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 6:51 pm

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Bus Systems Engineer - Space Radar

El Segundo, CA

07-1000966

Job Description:

General Bus platform systems engineer for the Space Radar program will be responsible for performing bus systems engineering tasks. In addition, this individual will support architecture trades and requirements analysis leading to System Requirements Review in 2007, System Design Review in 2008. The platform systems engineer will also develop VCRM requirements and traceability.

Competencies:

Technical Skills & Knowledge: Candidate must be an experienced satellite platform systems engineer with experience with platform requirements/design and verification. Spacecraft and/or platform systems engineering experience desired. 2.) People Working Together: Must be able to work effectively with the Boeing team, customer and industry teammates. Effectively participates in accomplishing team goals; encourages learning from one another; creates group cohesion; gives and seeks specific, constructive feedback; works effectively with other work groups; values the contribution of people from diverse backgrounds; involves others in decisions that affect them. 3.) Initiative: The ability and willingness to take independent action. This includes moving quickly and directly to complete the task at hand and not waiting to be instructed to complete job activities. Also includes the willingness to seek out additional assignments or tasks. 4.) Problem Solving/Judgment: Gathers, examines, and interprets information from different sources to generate effective solutions to problems and make sound business decisions; generates alternate approaches to solving problems when needed; demonstrates awareness of the likely consequences or implication or judgments. Generates and implements new and useful ideas; ideas reflect “thinking outside the box”; explores alternatives; takes risks and tries new approaches. Typically persons in this position would possess 20 years experience.

Education Requirements:

Bachelors degree in an engineering or related technical discipline is required; Masters degree or higher preferred

Security Clearance Requirements:

Current SSBI/Special Programs Access - US Citizenship Required

Relocation: Yes

Travel:

To view the complete job description and to apply online, please visit: boeing.com/employment, click “job Search” and enter Req# “07-1000966” in the “Job Req#” field.

Boeing is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity in the workplace.

Posted  11/12/2012

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