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TEAM TEMPEST Airborne Mission Effectiveness & Survivability Analysis

General information


Ref. 3316


Closing Date: 27/02/2019


Job Description


Sensor to effects performance modelling and analysis to assess mission effectiveness and survivability and to inform conceptual system designs for an integrated airborne capability


Key Role Attributes

Systems Modelling | Mission Effectiveness | Survivability Analysis | MATLAB & Simulink | Airborne EW Sensor & Communication Systems | RF, EO / IR Sensor Mission Performance | Future Concept & Design Development | 


 What will you do? 


  • Cutting-Edge: You will be part of ‘Team Tempest’ (announced at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow), developing state-of-the-art airborne electronic systems for the most advanced fighter aircraft ever to be made.
  • Innovative: You will be involved with novel product development and emerging technologies that have been supported by Leonardo’s £200m annual investment in research and development.
  • Challenging: This project will push the boundaries of innovation, technology, and the ingenuity of our engineering community to bring about a step change in performance and capability of our airborne electronic systems.
  • Collaborative: Leonardo’s participation in Team Tempest will involve UK-wide collaboration across multiple business areas including, Electronic Warfare, Radar Systems, and Communication Systems.
  • Customer-Focused: You will be supporting the future needs of the UK Royal Air Force and working closely with our customer will be vital to ensure that our solutions meet their future operational needs.



Key Responsibility Areas


What key skills and experience do you require?


  • Strong background in modelling & simulation of platforms and emitters in a dynamic environment.
  • Substantial experience in modelling RF, EO / IR sensor systems and environments.
  • Knowledge of EW technology, performance, operational capabilities, and use (DAS, EO / IR, Radar, Comms)
  • High proficiency in the use of mathematical modelling tools such as MATLAB and Simulink.
  • Extensive experience of stakeholder interaction with customers and industrial partners.
  • Excellent written and verbal presentation ability.

What will you do?


  • Creation of representative, dynamic platform, mission, sensor, communication, and threat system models.
  • Conduct dynamic systems modelling and simulation of integrated mission / sensor / communications systems.
  • Translate mission types (e.g. ABAD, SEAD, ISR, etc.) into executable mission scenarios.
  • Liaise with sensor and communication technical specialist teams to define and execute simulation environment.
  • Perform analysis of integrated mission scenarios to assess mission effectiveness and survivability.
  • Liaison with OA specialists from customer and industry partner organisations.
  • Technical reporting of key findings and recommendations for delivery to customers & industry partners.
  • Travel within the UK to meet with our customers and industry partners.



Skills, Qualifications & Knowledge Required


What will this role provide you with?


  • Prestige: You can be at the forefront of the provision of a truly significant UK defence programme; Tempest.
  • Influence: You will be able to apply your knowledge and experience to influence the next generation of sensor and communication systems for a next generation combat aircraft.
  • Teamwork: You will work alongside like-minded professional engineers in a highly collaborative environment.
  • Continuous Learning: You’ll be supported in your ongoing professional development though training and mentoring.
  • Connections: You will be joining an expansive team of around 7,000 people at six major sites across the UK.
  • Legacy: We are proud of our rich heritage in Electronic Warfare (EW); over 100 years of EW history. Today we’re providing the latest advances in radio frequency technology and you can be part of the next 100 year legacy.





Headquartered in Italy, Leonardo has over 45,600 employees. With its offices and industrial plants, the Company is present in 180 sites worldwide, with a significant industrial presence in four domestic markets (Italy, the UK, the U.S. and Poland) as well as strategic partnerships in the most important high potential international markets.


Contact information:

Recruitment Team

Email: leonardo.gb@mailhr.info

Phone: 0333 999 3379