|System Engineer – SSA/I&W|
|JOB ID :||1128|
The Integration and Closure Space Situational Awareness/Indications & Warning (SSA/I&W) Enterprise Systems Engineer (ESE) team is responsible for overseeing the acquisition-level closure of requirements; overseeing system level readiness events in support of enterprise, system and acquisition-level milestones; leading and supporting project planning; assessing schedule and risk; generating and presenting engineering briefings; and interfacing with numerous customers. This position requires an understanding of the intelligence community and customer domain, and external interfaces for national defense and responsiveness along with a strong focus on core systems engineering processes in support of end-to-end mission and services closure.
This position will serve as a member of the SSA/I&W ESE team. The candidate will support teams coordinating, supporting and assessing requirements, CONOPs and architecture products, assessing services schedule and risks, supporting test and verification strategy and system integration of new initiatives in support of expanded mission capabilities. The selected candidate will have the aptitude to assess processes and create efficiencies continuously, and may lead SSA/I&W related projects. The selected candidate will have frequent client interactions. Due to the broad nature of the ESE team workload, the selected candidate should have knowledge in SSA/I&W systems, and experience with national systems. The candidate will support various system readiness events and independent review teams and is required to have strong systems engineering background. The candidate will interact with multiple Acquisition Offices (AOs) as well as external defensive mission partners and will facilitate risk and action closure with AOs and users, and support technical consultation, meetings coordination, and support to recommendation briefings.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.