Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
United States Citizenship
At Northrop Grumman, our employees have incredible opportunities to work on revolutionary systems that impact people’s lives around the world today, and for generations to come. Our pioneering and inventive spirit has enabled us to be at the forefront of many technological advancements in our nation’s history – from the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean, to stealth bombers, to landing on the moon. We look for people who have bold new ideas, courage and a pioneering spirit to join forces to invent the future, and have fun along the way. Our culture thrives on intellectual curiosity, cognitive diversity and bringing your whole self to work — and we have an insatiable drive to do what others think is impossible. Our employees are not only part of history, they’re making history.
As one of the largest global security companies in the world, Northrop Grumman is proud to help our nation’s military personnel make the transition to civilian careers. Approximately 1/4th of Northrop Grumman’s 90,000 employees self-identifies as veterans, and more than 1,600 are reservists. The Northrop Grumman Military Internship Program (NG-MIP) is an approved SkillBridge Program under Dept. of Defense Instruction 1322.29. The NG-MIP program is an opportunity for transitioning service members to gain valuable civilian work experience through an individual internship during their last 6 months of service, for up to 180 days. The Northrop Grumman Military Internship Program is open to all ranks and experience levels. SkillBridge participants are not eligible for compensation from Northrop Grumman, as they continue to receive military compensation and benefits as Active-duty service members.
Responsibilities for this internship position are:
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC) has developed the Northrop Grumman – Military Internship Program (DoD SkillBridge) utilizing the DoDI guidance for SkillBridge. During this program the service member will be on-site at his or her host company performing an individual internship in an entry to mid-level career type role. The service member will be on the job training supporting a work schedule equivalent to 40hrs per week. Outlined below are the Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes for the program.
Goals – Provide transitioning service members fellowship-style job skills training during the last portion(s) of their military commitment. This program is specifically designed to offer internships that result in the potential to transition to a full-time opportunity as the conclusion of the training. Interns will serve as a pipeline for high-speed, motivated military candidates into NGC.
Objectives – Service Members who complete the Intern program will be highly trained, capable, future employees that align to the specific needs of the organization and are prepared to meet the NG mission “Defining Possible” on Day 1. This program provides a comprehensive internship experience including professional development, networking with leadership, and training specifically focused on NG leadership principles, company history, customer/stakeholder engagement, product and service overview, and core job responsibilities.
Outcome – Offer transitioning service member a rewarding opportunity to join the Northrop Grumman team.
DoD SkillBridge Eligibility:
– Has served at least 180 days on active duty
– Is within 12 months of separation or retirement
– Will receive an honorable discharge
– Has taken any service TAPS/TGPS
– Has attended or participated in an ethics brief within the last 12 months
– Received Unit Commander (first O-4/Field Grade commander in chain of command) written authorization and approval to participate in DoD SkillBridge Program prior to start of internship.
Our Defense Systems Sector is seeking a Electrical Engineer to join our growing team in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
You will become part of Northrop Grumman’s Sustaining Engineering & Solutions (SE&S). SE&S provides sustainment support for the US Air Force B-2 Bomber, E-3 Sentry, Airborne Warning and Control System, and numerous other Government platforms. Our team members complete engineering, reverse engineering and logistics solution efforts to solve complex obsolescence problems and ensure warfighter supportability.
You will support the Lead Engineer in execution of various program activities, to include design and development of communication, flight controls, navigation, radar, avionics, power and/or electrical systems architecture, components, circuits, and products or aircraft maintenance. The position will research, develop, design, and test electrical components, equipment, systems, and products for defense or commercial systems.
Eliminating constraints associated with aging aircraft to include:
First Article Inspection
Non-Contact 3D Digital Inspection
Obsolescence Management and associated Root Cause/Corrective Action
Research trouble reports, develop, design, and test mechanical components, equipment, systems, and products for defense systems using Computer Aided Design (CAD) applications to develop novel solutions to aging aircraft electrical/electronic technical challenges
A Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or related discipline with a minimum of 2 years of engineering experience or a Master’s degree in mechanical engineering or related discipline with a minimum of 0 years of engineering experience
Must be a US Citizen and have or be able to obtain a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Secret security clearance upon hire
Must be able to work on-site in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Meets DoD Skillbridge qualifications as per DODI 1322.29
Active DoD Secret Security Clearance (or higher)
MIL-HDBK-61, Configuration Management
MIL-STD-31000, Technical Data Packages
MIL-STD-704, Aircraft Electric Power Characteristics
MIL-STD-1587, Material and Process Requirements for Aerospace Weapons Systems
MIL-E-7016, Electric Load and Power Source Capacity, Aircraft Analysis of AS50881, Wiring Aerospace Vehicle
Experience/working knowledge of the following documents and aerospace engineering applications:
MIL-STD-1472, Human Engineering
MIL-STD-461G, Requirements for the control of Electromagnetic Interference Characteristics of Subsystems and Equipment
MIL-STD-464, Electromagnetic Environmental Effects for Systems
MIL-STD-810, Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Tests
MIL-STD-130, Identification Marking of U.S. Military Property
SAE AS9017, Control of Aviation Critical Safety Items
TO 1-1A-14, Aircraft Electric and Electronic Wiring
CAD (NX/SOLIDWORKS, etc.)
DO-160, Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment
Northrop Grumman / Equal Opportunity Employer
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