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Electrical Systems Engineer - FRACAS Systems Engineer

Company: L3Harris Technologies
Location: Payson
Posted on: November 17, 2023

Job Description:

Description: Job Title: Specialist, FRACAS Systems Engineer

Job Location: Salt Lake City-UT

Job Code: CS20230310-106807 Job Schedule: 9/80, every other Friday off

L3Harris' Communication Systems segment is currently seeking a FRACAS Systems Engineer. This position will be based at our Salt Lake City-UT facility.

Position Overview: This position will be responsible for evaluating and improving the Reliability of Department of Defense (DoD) communications systems (wideband, narrowband and/or SATCOM). This position is primarily responsible for development, support and management of the FRACAS (Failure Reporting Analysis & Corrective Action System) process for specific communications products. This will primarily focus on identifying failure trends in a complex electronic, low volume environment working towards improved reliability of our products.

Essential Responsibilities:

Systems Engineer will perform FRACAS (Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System), root cause analysis, investigation, and making recommendations for design improvements based on analysis
Directs investigations and determines root cause of failure on various design, production and reported field failures of communication Systems and components
Makes recommendations to the Failure Review Board (FRB)
Determines resolution of communication system failures and corrective actions in support of the FRACAS program
Coordinates efforts and issue resolution with Engineering, Manufacturing, Programs, Material Control, and Quality departments
Work in a multi-disciplined engineering development environment and will be required to manage time and resources to support multiple concurrent programs
Reviews fault isolation and troubleshooting procedures for communications systems. Performs functional testing and troubleshooting of equipment and systems in assigned areas
Maintains FRACAS database, monitors status, tracks open FRACAS investigations, and generates reports for management and customers
Develops, delivers, and presents technical data to management and customer reviews
Performs other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree and minimum 4 years of prior relevant experience. Graduate Degree and a minimum of 2 years of prior related experience. In lieu of a degree, minimum of 8 years of prior related experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Minimum of 2 years of experience with engineering architecture and design concepts along with basic understanding of the engineering practices and procedure
Mimimum of 1 year of experience with coordination of project(s) and efforts of technical support personnel
Ability to obtain a DoD Security Clearance
Mimimum of 1 year of experience with FRACAS software or databases and a working knowledge of Reliability Analysis and Failure Mode / Fault Tree Analysis is desired.
Minimum of 3 years of experience troubleshooting complex electronic systems including data link and mechanical systems is desired
Direct experience supporting a FRACAS program is desired
Presentation and communication skills (verbal/written/visual)
Problem solving skills and the ability to meet critical deadlines
Ability to productively contribute work, ideas and collaboration as part of a team
A strong background in data mining using Business Objects and SQL is a plus
Applicants with experience performing Reliability and FRACAS specific analysis and activities is a plus
Applicant must be self-motivated and able to manage and complete their projects within budget and schedule restraints


Keywords: L3Harris Technologies, Provo , Electrical Systems Engineer - FRACAS Systems Engineer, Professions , Payson, Utah

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