The head is often in an arbitrary position any way. Though one thing I know is mechs almost always have their cockpit "windows" inked in black.
So it's entirely possible that this mech has a "hidden" cockpit with the mechwarrior using cameras to see out of. This would not be the first mech to be like this. The Crab is like this as their is no known cockpit location.
I've been trying to figure out what the deal is with its weapons, because the TRO says there are 3 micro pulse lasers on the left arm in addition to the small pulse laser. It also says there's a micro pulse laser in the head. Where are those supposed to be? And why do the small pulse lasers have those big cables coming out of them? They seem more like flamers, especially since the one on the arm is connected to what appear to be fuel tanks....
I like this version of the Goshawk design, it definitely looks more imposing than the kind of half-baked one done up under the original Project Phoenix. This particular illustration of the Goshawk recalls page 93 from the original TRO 3055 where a Goshawk is marching through smoke and flames. Very nice work.