Mechanical Engineer

L3 Technologies, Inc., Space & Navigation (L3SN), located in Budd Lake, NJ, is one of the world's premier providers of inertial instruments and integrated fire control systems to the global market. We currently have an opportunity available for a Mechanical Engineer. L3SN is a major supplier of high quality Pointing, Navigation, Guidance, Control and Positioning equipment for satellites, artillery, and launch vehicles, serving the military, commercial and government markets. The division's products and capabilities include Fiber Optic Gyros, Ring Laser Gyros, Momentum and Reaction Wheel Assemblies, Control Moment Gyros, Tactical Inertial Measurement Units, Position Navigation Units and artillery survey Position and Azimuth Determining Systems.
Space & Navigation has provided state-of-the-art systems for critical space and national defense programs and is the premier supplier of precision pointing and position location systems for the US Army and US Marine Corps.
The successful candidate will work in an Integrated Product team environment, utilizing PRO/ENGINEER solid modeling tool. In this role, you will be responsible for establishing design requirements, identifying critical design factors and drivers, along with managing technical risk areas to meet internal and external customer requirements for inertial navigation systems and subsystems.
We require a minimum BS in Mechanical Engineering and/or Aerospace Engineering, along with 5-7 years' working knowledge of PRO Engineering. Proficiency in design to cost methodology for complex mechanisms, application of Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances to blueprints and familiarity and exposure to current manufacturing techniques. An understanding of modal/structural analysis and design, thermal analysis and design, and a working knowledge/understanding of printed wiring board design and manufacture is desirable. Ability to obtain a DoD secret clearance.
"Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disability/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation"

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