LSA Engineer

Location
Liège
Salary
£400 - £425 per day
Posted
18 May 2018
Closes
15 Jun 2018
Ref
1144834
Contact
Josh McLachlan
Clearance Level
None / Undisclosed
Sector
Engineering
Job Type
Contract

As a responsible LSA Engineer, you will have the responsibilities for studies/deliverables related to the following activities:

  • Provide functional logistics support to ensure responsive, effective, and sustained support for new and existing military systems. This position includes being a principal logistician for weapon system components.
  • Duties will include, but are not limited to,
  • Taking the program from its initial state through system design and demonstration, to fielding and In-Service sustainment.

o Develop and implement supportability plans;

  • Validate technical procedures, evaluate and make recommendations to proposed technical changes;
  • Determine support requirements such as facilities, personal, safety, maintenance, field demonstrations, etc.;
  • Test and evaluate design concepts to determine if concepts satisfy requirements - and develop alternative concepts as required;
  • Anticipate logistics roadblocks related to operational matters, including environmental and human factors engineering; and determine contingency requirements and solutions, including alignment and prioritization of real-world operational activities with program priorities.

Candidate(s) must be able to:

  • Perform logistic engineering tasks using approved policies, procedures, tools and processes.
  • Perform planning for the ILS Test, Evaluation and Verification program.
  • Perform Reliability, Maintainability & Availability (RMA) program tasks including performing Failure Modes Effects & Criticality Analysis (FMECA), develop Reliability Block Diagrams (RBDs), and perform reliability and maintainability analysis and modelling.
  • Perform maintenance planning, using Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM), to identify preventive maintenance tasks.
  • Perform measurement requirements analysis to identify requirements for support and test equipment.
  • Perform spares analysis and modelling to identify requirements for spares and repair parts.
  • Perform both economic and non-economic level of repair analysis providing all associated justifications
  • Perform analysis tasks; capture and upload data into the LSAR.
  • Ability to coordination with both internal and external program stakeholders (Design Office, SCS, Prime, End Client...)
  • Capable of working both independently or within a team environment

If you have any questions regarding this position please let me know on 01179 330 429 or alternatively send me an email (josh.mclachlan@modis.co.uk).

If you are interested in this position please apply with an up to date CV and i will be in contact to discuss the role in more detail, if you haven't heard from me in 5 working days unfortunately your application was unsuccessful on this occasion.