Fast-paced dynamic work environment, Tailored career & development opportunities, Role is based in Williamtown, NSW.
Fast-paced dynamic work environment
Tailored career & development opportunities
Role is based in Williamtown, NSW
At Raytheon, we draw the brightest minds and give them work that excites them while continuously developing an environment for learning to maintain a highly-skilled, world-class workforce.
Raytheon currently have an opportunity for an experienced Design Engineer to join our Australian Defence Air Traffic System (ADATS) program in Williamtown. Reporting to the ADATS Lead Engineer, the Design Engineer's focus will be with interfacing of existing systems into the Defence data network including the design of new systems where required. The role will also involve utilisation of your sound knowledge of Internet Protocol based switching and routing as well as the Australian Governments Information Security Manual.
Perform technical planning, engineering development, review of design changes and technical investigations ensuring that the engineering solutions are developed, implemented and tested
Attain, maintain and enhance Engineering Authority (EA)
Interact with Design Support Network members associated with allocated tasking
Display a sound understanding of the operation and functional performance requirements of systems assigned to their responsibility.
Provide engineering input to costed proposals
Skills, Experiences and Qualifications
Bachelor Degree in relevant engineering discipline (preferably Electrical, Electronics or Computer Science)
A minimum of 4 years experience in covering design, testing and implementation of ICT hardware including computers, network components and multi-functional devices.
Experience in switched VLAN environments and familiarity with serial protocols for data transfer is desirable
Experience with Defence Engineering/Configuration Management processes will be highly regarded.
Familiarity with Systems Engineering tools such as DOORS is also desirable
Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain a minimum Baseline security clearance from the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) is essential, along with eligibility to hold an International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) clearance.