AASKI Technology is a dynamic government services and solutions provider to multi-faceted Military and Commercial sectors. By creating a highly stable work environment centered on fulfilling our customers’ needs, AASKI fosters a challenging work environment for its employees.
US Citizenship and the ability to maintain a DoD security clearance required.
The candidate will serve as the Reliability Engineer for PEO Soldier programs, with duties as identified below. Plans, develops, implements, and manages reliability on assigned programs over their life cycle. Plans and coordinates reliability tests and evaluations, analyzes system failures and inadequacies, and ensures adequacy of efforts related to root cause corrective action. Coordinates as needed to develop operational RAM requirements for Capability Development Documents (CDDs) and Capability Production Documents (CPDs), and translates those requirements into practical system concepts and specifications. Develops reliability input for program management documents as required to include acquisition plans and strategies, source selection evaluation plans, supportability strategies, statements of work, and specifications. Reviews and evaluates contractor’s technical adequacy, and assures compliance with contractual scopes, schedules, and requirements. Participates in post awards, program reviews, design reviews, and conferences as the reliability engineer on assigned programs. Evaluates design efforts to ensure all appropriate analyses such as failure modes, effects, and criticality analysis, thermal and stress finite element analyses, circuit analysis, and tolerance analyses have been conducted, and that parts de-rating has been properly applied. Ensures adequacy of all reliability test plans, procedures, and reports for assigned programs, both Government and contractor, as well as all failed item analysis reports. Evaluates engineering change proposals and waivers/deviations for their impact on product integrity. Assesses adequacy of environmental stress screening, and makes recommendations on changes required. Conducts continuing review and evaluation of reliability and program effectiveness through review of test data, reports, correspondence, data bases, field data, product and process audits, and observation of internal operations. Develops reliability growth plans and performs reliability growth assessments using an appropriate growth test model. Assesses reliability of fielded systems based on information such as spares demand, field maintenance reports, and logistics data bases. Represents the PM at scoring conferences, and conducts scoring per the system failure definition/scoring criteria (FD/SC).
MS Degree in Engineering or Equivalent and 20 years of relevant experience
Has the breadth of experience and knowledge, and recognition in the Reliability Engineering community, to lead efforts on assigned programs, and work independently with minimal oversight
Serve as consultant to other team members and mentor workforce on system reliability test and evaluations plans, procedures, and scoring techniques
Evaluate system reliability past programs, and establish new and innovative reliability strategies
Identify issues and brief PM on possible courses of action and their impact
Strong written and oral communication skills
Equivalent or experience commensurate with ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer
AASKI provides an excellent package of comprehensive benefits for full-time employees beginning the first day of employment.
Experience working in a CMMI Level 3 project/business environment a plus for all open positions. US Citizenship and the ability to obtain and maintain a Security clearance required. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Solicitations/Advertisements for Employees shall state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their veteran status or on the basis of disability. All employees of the Company are employed “At Will.” This means that either the employee or the Company is free to end the employment relationship at any time, for any reason, with or without cause and with or without notice.