Teledyne Technologies

  • CONTINGENT - Space Sensor Analysis Lead

    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    Requisition ID
    Company Name
    Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc
    Citizenship/Visa Requirement
    US Citizen Only
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. is an industry leader in engineered systems and advanced manufacturing. The Company provides full-spectrum systems engineering, integration, manufacturing, and lifecycle sustainment solutions to the marine, aviation, aerospace, defense, energy and environment markets. Teledyne Brown has expertise in systems integration, technology development, hardware design, prototype development, system test and evaluation, advanced manufacturing, performance-based logistics solutions, and operations and maintenance.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    Teledyne Brown is seeking a Space Sensor Analysis Lead to lead a team of analysts and engineers performing trades and analysis to support the development of requirements, solution alternatives, and selection of best solutions to meet Government HBTSS mission objectives.


    The Space Sensor Analysis Lead will lead a team responsible for the following:

    • Definition of trades and analysis required to develop a balanced system requirements, interfaces, and a systems concept design
    • Definition of trades and analysis required to develop a balanced sensor payload requirements, interfaces, and sensor payload concept design
    • Development of new and/or modification of existing analysis tools
    • Set up, scenario development, and configuration of tools and simulations used to conduct trades and analysis. (EADSIM will be one of the primary simulations used for this.)
    • Execution of tools and simulations
    • Evaluation and analysis of simulation results
    • Analysis of legacy algorithms implemented in current systems for applicability to HBTSS
    • Development and evaluation of HBTSS algorithms, including image processing and mission planning
    • Performing trades and analysis to support the Signal-chain Processing Demonstration definition, implementation, and conduct.
    • Evaluation and analysis of Signal-chain Processing Demonstration results data.

    The Space Sensor Analysis Lead will have frequent interactions with and presentations to Government customers; as well as frequent interaction with HBTSS engineers in other disciplines.


    Must be current holder of SECRET (or higher) security clearance.



    Requires a minimum of a B.S. degree in a recognized field of engineering or applied science (e.g. mathematics, physics) plus approximately sixteen (16) years of related experience; including leading a technical team.



    Experience with development and use of simulations (including EADSIM). Understanding of aerospace vehicle subsystems and functionality. Experience with C/C++ programming languages. Advanced degree in a recognized field of engineering or applied science (e.g. mathematics, physics).

    Citizenship Requirements

    Due to classified work at the facility and related access restrictions, successful applicants must maintain U.S. Citizenship to allow the person to hold a U.S. Government security clearance.

    Teledyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color,religion,religious creed,gender,sexual orientation,gender identity,gender expression,transgender,pregnancy,marital status,national origin,ancestry,citizenship status,age,disability,protected Veteran Status,genetics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal,state,or local law. ? If you need assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment,please email or call (805)373-4545. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will receive a response.


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