The successful candidate will actively participate in E-2C/D and/or C-2A flight testing as an engineering test pilot and test project officer.
Candidate will be required to perform a variety of tasks including participation in technical meetings, analysis of test requirements, test plan preparation, drafting detailed test procedures, pre-flight planning, conducting functional check flights and engineering test flights, data collection during test flight test events, post-flight liaison with maintenance and engineering representatives and report writing.
Most work will be conducted on-site; however some domestic travel will be required in support of flight test activities and detachments. ... Continue Reading
A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university and ten (10) years of flight experience is required.
A minimum of 1500 hours in the E-2 and/or C-2 aircraft is required.
Past (required) or current (desired) designation as a Carrier AEW Plane Commander or C-2A Transport Plane Commander is required.
Current or former designation as a NATOPS Instructor Pilot is strongly desired.
Two (2) years RDT&E flight experience is desired, but not required.
A degree in engineering, physical sciences, mathematics, computer science or related technical discipline is desired.
Graduate of one of the following: U.S. Naval Test Pilot School (TPS), U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, Empire Test Pilot School or EPNER Test Pilot School is desirable.
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