Two Job Openings – Joint Base Langley Eustis, Cruz Associates Inc.

C-27J Spartan Integration Support – Joint Base Langley Eustis

Cruz Associates Inc. of Yorktown, VA (www.cruzinc.us) has an open position and is looking for qualified candidates for a C-27J Project Integrator in support of the U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command (USASOAC) at the Technology Applications Program Office (TAPO).  The job location is Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE), Virginia, supporting integration and testing of a myriad of cockpit and avionics systems upgrades on C-27J Spartan aircraft.  Interested applicants should apply through the Careers page by completing the online application and uploading their resumes. 

Scope:  Provide subject matter support services for the modernization and cockpit upgrade program for USASOAC’s C-27J Spartan aircraft.  Successful performance requires extensive knowledge of the component and aircraft level qualification requirements and the ability to interface effectively with aircraft systems integrators, systems engineers, Original Equipment Manufacturer, Government airworthiness authorities, and other C-27J Users.

Responsibilities: (Not all encompassing)

  • Provides technical, analytical, and program management support for the C-27J aircraft programs.
  • Establishes and tracks metrics as they relate to cost, schedule and performance for the cockpit integration effort.
  • Develops concise and accurate performance specifications and procurement documents. 

  • Interprets, refines and integrates user requirements as they relate to the development process.
  • Assists in all technical reviews associated with cockpit integration efforts.
  • Independently estimates and evaluates cost and schedule and monitors vendor compliance with stated requirements.
  • Identifies potential risks and suggests appropriate courses of action should technical issues arise, or user requirements change.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum Education: BS in Engineering Management or Program Management or in a technical or aviation-related discipline; or equivalent experience in a related technical or aviation- related discipline.
  • Minimum of 7 years’ experience working in military aviation is required; 5 years of which involved acquisition experience (supporting prototype development, testing, qualification, and fielding of aviation systems or mission equipment).

Additional Customer Desired Characteristics:

  • Avionics specialty would be a desired specialty area.

Experience on the C-27J or C-130J highly desired.


Future Vertical Lift Integration Support – Joint Base Langley Eustis

Cruz Associates Inc. of Yorktown, VA (www.cruzinc.us) has an open position and is looking for qualified candidates for a Future Vertical Lift (FVL) Project Integrator in support of the U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command (USASOAC) at the Technology Applications Program Office (TAPO).  The job location is Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE), Virginia, supporting integration and testing of USASOAC’s FVL aircraft.  Interested applicants should apply through the Careers page by completing the online application and uploading their resumes. 

Scope:  Provide subject matter support services for the integration of Special Operations Aviation requirements into both the Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) and the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA).  Successful performance requires extensive knowledge of component and aircraft level qualification requirements and the ability to interface effectively with aircraft systems integrators, systems engineers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Government airworthiness authorities, and various military users.

Responsibilities: (Not all encompassing)

  • Provide technical, analytical, and program management support for FVL aircraft programs.
  • Establish and track metrics as they relate to cost, schedule and performance for associated programs.
  • Develop concise and accurate performance specifications and procurement documents. 

  • Interpret, refine and integrate user requirements as they relate to the development process.
  • Assist in all technical reviews associated with equipment down select and integration efforts.
  • Independently estimate and evaluate cost and schedule and monitor vendor compliance with stated requirements.
  • Identify potential risks and suggests appropriate courses of action should technical issues arise, or user requirements change.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Minimum Education: BS in Engineering Management or Program Management or in a technical or aviation-related discipline
  • Minimum of 7 years’ experience working in military aviation is required; 5 years of which involved acquisition experience (supporting prototype development, testing, qualification, and fielding of aviation systems or mission equipment).

Additional Customer Desired Characteristics:

  • Engineering Test Pilot experience
  • Tilt rotor aircraft experience
  • Experience integrating aircraft into airborne or mobile ad hoc networks

Test Pilot - Battlespace, Inc.

Flight Test Pilot

POSITION DESCRIPTION 

TITLE: Test Pilot / CONUS position / MUST HAVE TOP SECRET CLEARANCE

REPORTS TO: Program Manager  

WORK EXPERIENCE: 

Graduate of a SETP recognized Test Pilot School (TPS) or have achieved SETP member status with at least 10 years of flight test experience (required).

Last flight as pilot in command within the previous 12 months (required).

MQ-9 MCE and/or LR experience (preferred).

 

EDUCATION/TRAINING:
Bachelor’s Degree (Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics) or Master’s Degree (any Engineering field) with a minimum GPA of 3.0; Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) commercial pilot license with instrument rating (required).  

REQUIREMENTS: Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate, US Citizen, Current Top Secret Security Clearance (required) 

Travel: May be required to travel to other sites to perform duties. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Position Summary: Responsible for coordination of customer flight test support requirements and aircraft operation to ensure flight safety and success. Applies extensive knowledge and experience of flight test operations to provide test planning, training and evaluation, pre-flight planning, flight briefings, post-flight briefings, and post-flight test analysis and reports. Knowledgeable of aviation flight operations as well as instructional procedures and techniques. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

Test and evaluate capabilities of new equipment and propriety of new procedures. 

Conduct test (Acceptance Test and Developmental Test) and normal operations in accordance
with established test cards, published flight manuals, checklists, technical orders, instructions and other approved manuals as provided by the manufacturer.  

Test Planning: Review test plans, test cards, and other documentation for ground and flight
test events and provide feedback to Flight Test Engineer (FTE) as required. 

Attend and participate in Test Plan Working Groups (TPWGs), Technical Interchange
Meetings (TIMs), Test Kickoff Meetings, Test Readiness Reviews (TRRs), Safety Review Boards (SRBs), and Technical Review Boards (TRBs). 

Support FTE in execution of test projects with elevated risk (greater than Low). 

Pre-flight Planning: Coordinate customer flight support requirements and develop valid
mission plans to include map analysis for mission route selection including terrain evaluation; communications planning; compliance with customer, FAA, ICAO, and host nation regulations; developing and filing flight plans; weather evaluation; fuel requirements, mission risk assessment; crew assignments; pre-flight briefing and safety of flight evaluation.

Perform pre-flight and in-flight mission planning activities in accordance with unified combatant command and theater rules of engagement. Must understand tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) for friendly and enemy Air Order Battle (AOB) assets. 

Conduct all phases of safe ground and flight operations, including pre-flight, ground
checks, launch, normal flight, emergency flight, recovery, and post-flight. 

Participate in post-flight debriefing to determine mission accomplishments and potential procedural development. 

Submit T.O. change requests and Deficiency Reports (DR) identified during ground and flight test operations. 

Operate mission planning ancillary equipment to initialize information for download to airborne mission systems.  

Receive, interpret, extract, and disseminate relevant ATO, Airspace Control Order (ACO) and SPINs information.  

Obtain and maintain professional certifications required to pilot/operate aircraft to include appropriate difference training and qualification on new aircraft.

Accurately track and accomplish currency requirements, annual evaluations/training events, go/no-go Flight Crew Information File items, and safety briefings. 

Conduct initial, qualification, upgrade and continuation training for mission crew members.  

Perform training, planning, standardization and evaluation, and other staff duty functions.  

Perform staff assistance visits to subordinate units.  

Perform other duties as assigned. 

Equal Employment and Opportunity Statement: Battlespace, Inc. is committed to the policy of providing equal employment opportunities for training, compensation, transfer, promotion, and other aspects of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status. 

Managers and supervisors are required to ensure policies regarding hiring, salary administration, promotion, and transfer are based solely on job requirements, job performance, and job related criteria. In addition, personnel policies and practices, including those relating to compensation, benefits, transfer, retention, termination, training, self-development opportunities, as well as social and recreational programs are administered without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or other basis prohibited by law. 

To apply:

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=e65ca632-83f4-4abc-953d-43b0629119f0&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

Rotary Wing Test Pilot Instructor/Flight Test Engineer Instructor - NTPS

Position Title: Rotary Wing Test Pilot Instructor

Worksite: Mojave, CA.

Come and join the World’s Test Pilot School! The National Test Pilot School is the World’s Leading Total Flight Test Training and Education Organization and we are looking to fill a Rotary Wing Test Pilot Instructor position. You will work as part of a close team developing and delivering Rotary Wing and Systems flight test course material. In this role you will be teaching both ground and airborne instruction to test pilot and flight test engineer students. You can anticipate teaching all aspects of the Rotary Wing P&FQ and Systems curriculum. If FW qualified you can also expect to do some FW instruction. You should have excellent interpersonal skills that will allow you to relate and work well with people with a wide range of experience and from diverse cultural backgrounds. You must be able to explain inherently complex subjects in a manner that can be assimilated and applied by all students.

Required Education, Training & Experience Criteria:

  1. Test Pilot Graduate of an SETP recognized Test Pilot School (Long Course)
  2. Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, or field closely related to flight testing.
  3. Minimum of 3-5 years experience as a Rotary Wing experimental test pilot.
  4. Class II FAA medical or equivalent.
  5. Fluent in English.
  6. Proficient in Microsoft Office products.

Desired Education, Training & Experience Criteria:

  1. Ten years of Rotary Wing flight test experience.
  2. Master’s Degree in Engineering, or field closely related to flight testing (or significant equivalent experience).
  3. Previous test pilot school instructional experience.
  4. Test experience with Civil Certification, Radar, EO/IR & Comm/Nav systems.
  5. FAA Commercial Pilot License; Rotorcraft (Helicopter), Instrument & CFI ratings.
  6. EASA Category I Test Pilot rating & Flight Test Instructor rating.
  7. FAA Commercial Pilot License; Airplane (Single-Engine & Multi-Engine Land).
  8. NVG or Helmet Mounted Display experience.

NTPS offers a competitive salary, 401k retirement plan, and benefits package. There is occasional travel associated with this position.

Interested parties should provide cover letter and resume/CV to:

Joyce Camin

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

+1 6618242977


Position Title: Flight Test Engineer Instructor

Worksite: Mojave Air and Space Port, CA.

Come and join the Worlds Test Pilot School! The National Test Pilot School is the World’s Leading Total Flight Test Training and Education Organization and we are looking to fill a Flight Test Engineer Instructor position. You will work as part of a close team developing and delivering Performance, Flying Qualities and Systems flight test course material. In this role you will be teaching both ground and airborne instruction to test pilot and flight test engineer students. You can anticipate teaching all aspects of the Performance and Flying Qualities and Systems curriculum. You should have excellent interpersonal skills that will allow you to relate and work well with people with a wide range of experience and from diverse cultural backgrounds. You must be able to explain inherently complex subjects in a manner that can be assimilated and applied by all students.

Required Education, Training & Experience Criteria:

  1. Flight Test Engineer Graduate of an SETP recognized test pilot school
  2. Undergraduate and Advanced degrees in Engineering or Flight Test related field.
  3. Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Flight Test Engineer.
  4. Fluent in English.
  5. Proficient in Microsoft Office products and engineering software tools.

Desired Education, Training & Experience Criteria:

  1. Ten years of flight testing experience.
  2. Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a RW Performance and Flying Qualities Flight Test Engineer.
  3. Test experience with Civil Certification, Radar, EO/IR, NVG and Comm/Nav systems.
  4. Previous test pilot school or college instructional experience.

NTPS offers a competitive salary, 401k retirement plan, and benefits package. There is occasional travel associated with this position for field trips, student projects, course presentation, and consulting.

Interested parties should provide cover letter and resume/CV to:

Joyce Camin

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

+1 661-824-2977

F-15 Weapons Systems Program Manager (SAF/IA) - Booz Allen

Job Title:  F-15 Weapons Systems Program Manager (SAF/IA) 

Timing:  Immediate

Organization, Work Location:  SAF/IA, Washington DC / Alexandria Virginia

Relocation provided:  Yes

Full Time Position

Candidate must meet the basic qualifications:

- Have demonstrated experience as a pilot or weapons systems operator in the F-16, F-15, F-22, F-35, F-18, A-10 or other fighter/attack aircraft.

- A minimum of 500 flying hours in one--or a combination of--the aircraft listed above with 300 or more of the flying hours in a version of the F-15.

- Have active F-15 flying experience within the last 8 years. Contractor personnel must have actively flown in an aircraft listed above and been assigned to a flying billet in the same—active, guard or reserve billets are all acceptable.

- A FINAL Top Secret SCI Security Clearance and NATO Secret.

- Have experience working with foreign militaries.

- Graduate of the USAF Weapons Instructor Course or Navy Top Gun program.

 - Knowledge and general understanding of the following: ▪ USAF roles and missions. ▪ SAF/IA's role within and relationship towards the security cooperation community. ▪ Security cooperation, international affairs, security assistance, foreign military sales to include the processes, legislation and players.

The job requisition is posted internally and will be publically available soon. Until then, interested candidates should contact the following:  Daniel Hahne (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), Dr. Jennifer Cunningham (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) , and Clarence “CD” Smith (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).