Sterling Heights, MI
Reliability analysis and engineering
FMECA experience (Reliasoft, Windchill Risk and Reliability, Relex)
DOD or Aerospace experience
Reliability engineering background for combat vehicles
-Support various program, provide reliability support.
-Perform reliability engineering and statistical data analysis activities.
-Perform Reliability assessments of new concepts including predictions, allocations,
-Failure Modes, Effects, Criticality Analysis (FMECA),
-Reliability Growth Analysis (RGA), and Logistic Support Analysis (LSA).
-Review TIRs and produce FACARs based on Engineering work
-Perform reliability assessment of design. Follow/monitor results of vehicle testing. Investigate and report pattern incidents. Perform corrective action investigations
-Conduct Root Cause and Corrective Action process, Lead and Maintain FRACAS.
-Interface with Reliability data bases and run Reliability models (Reliasoft, etc)
-Prepare data for scoring/assessment conferences and upper management presentations.
-Run Design for Six Sigma and Robust Engineering projects
Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Mechanical, or Electrical engineering preferred. Other degrees will be considered with relevant experience.
Masters Degree in Computer Science, Mechanical, or Electrical engineering preferred.
-Extensive Experience in reliability/maintainability disciplines required in DoD sector.
-Personal computer skills (competent with MS Office applications, Databases, Programming Languages - Python, R, SQL, etc.)
-Experience in report preparation and technical writing beneficial.
-Ability to read and interpret technical drawings (blueprints, schematics, hydraulic and pneumatic flows).
-May be required to work in prototype shop and field test environment periodically.
-Some travel required (minimal).
-Must meet ASR.
-Interface / coordinate effectively with engineers, support organizations, and customer.
-Occasional week day and / or week end overtime required.
-Must be a US citizen and be able to obtain a security clearance.