Lockheed Martin Mechanical Engineer, Senior / Subsystems / Advanced Programs in Palmdale, California
Lockheed Martin Advanced Development Program -SKUNK WORKS
This position within the auxiliary power IPT to design and integrate an auxiliary power system. The candidate will work with propulsion and systems IPTs to define and integrate the auxiliary power system for a new aircraft. Perform analysis for engine start, and coordinate APU performance and operability of systems throughout flight envelope. Work with other disciplines and stakeholders to determine/accommodate system interfaces.
Must be a US Citizen. This position is located at a facility that requires special access and a Secret clearance with Background Investigation date less than 5 years to start.
Basic Qualifications Bachelor's or above degree in related engineering or science field.
Secondary Power experience such as Auxiliary Power Units (APU), Engine or Airframe Mounted Accessory Drives (EMAD/AMAD), and/or Emergency Power.
Desired skills Experience with leading the design of aircraft power gearboxes (EMAD/AMAD). Experience with Auxiliary Power Units (APU) Experience batteries for emergency power. Experience with engine start systems. CATIA V5 Control Account Management (CAM) and Earned Value Managements Systems (EVMS) Matlab/Simulink
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Job Location(s): Palmdale California