We are seeking a seasoned Mid-level Systems Engineer to support a DoD program office in San Diego, CA!
Assist USG in capturing and analyzing FMS customers’ C4I requirements to include conducting site inspections and surveys.
Recommend strategic approaches and end-to-end C4I capabilities to meet FMS customer needs; develop accurate and justifiable cost estimates for recommended solutions.
Participate in Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR) events including but not limited to: Preliminary Design Reviews (PDRs), Critical Design Reviews (CDRs), Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT), Systems Operational Verification Tests (SOVT), and other events as required.
Provide engineering and technical SME support for SETRs and other events such as system training and technical assistance visits.
Maintain expertise in current and emerging Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) and Government Off-the-Shelf (GOTS) equipment/technologies in the C4I domain.
Remain informed of developments and trends in the cyber and information security domains.
Provide analysis and recommendations for FMS follow-on requirements for specific partners/programs systems and capabilities.
Prepare engineering and technical artifacts and/or Technical Reports for work performed.
International and domestic travel required (0-40%).
Other duties as assigned.
An active secret clearance is required to be considered for this position.
Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or a relevant technical field required.
Four (4) years of professional experience required with increasing responsibility and authority, supporting GOTS/COTS C4I systems, and participating in engineering events, including SETRs, PDRs, CDRs, SOVTs, FATs, and other relevant events.
Two (2) years providing systems engineering support to foreign customers and/or SC/A domain.
Experience in continuous process improvement preferred.
Completion of DISCS SC/A courses (SCM-C, SCM-CM, SCM-CF) preferred.
Certified PMP, Certified DAWIA Level 1 equivalency, or other relevant certifications preferred.