• Systems Engineer (ESRP/METOC)

    Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
    Job ID 2018-1060
    Systems Engineer
  • Overview

    The Systems Engineer will provide engineering support to the program office team and provide guidance to the Commercial ISEA and Raytheon, using systems engineering practices and following PEO C4I/SPAWAR policies and procedures.  



    • Oversee and facilitate Environmental Satellite Receiver Processors (ESRP) efforts, including engineering, testing and implementation of software and hardware modernized systems to afloat and ashore systems
    • Develop/Review Enterprise Change Requests (ECR) and lead Raytheon to create a complete design package
    • Socialize changes with impacted programs as coordinated through the Assistant Program Manager for Engineering (APM-E)
    • Work with APM-E to develop ECRs and solve cross program, cross PMW, and cross service integration issues
    • Identify technical risks and appropriate mitigations and present to APM, APME leadership and follow engineering CONOPS
    • Perform trade studies and AoAs as needed to develop technical options or risk mitigations
    • Ensure requirements are met for all efforts
    • Review engineering documentation, diagrams, etc.


    • Must possess excellent writing and verbal skills and email etiquette. 
    • Must be a proactive self-starter, work well independently and with teams in a collaborative engineering environment. 
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office products, to include Word, Excel, Power Point, Visio. 
    • Knowledgeable of SPAWAR PEO Integrated Data Environment and Repository (SPIDER) databases.
    • Minimum 6 years of engineering experience. 
    • Knowledge of METOC specific SATCOM and Navy Networks. 
    • Knowledge of program management, scheduling, budgets.

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in engineering required.


    Clearance: Current/active Secret clearance at start of assignment required.


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