Overall technical lead of an engineering and development team. Performs a variety of systems engineering tasks that are broad in nature and may consist of; analyzing system requirements, requirements decomposition and allocation of functions, and leading design and development activities and reviews for complex systems. Guides users in formulating requirements, advises on alternative approaches, conducts feasibility studies, and develops Concept of Operations. Recommends interfacing and data format standards. Performs or leads team to perform integration; testing; and system deployment, to include personnel, hardware, software, budgetary, and support facilities and equipment. Develops
SOP’s and end-to-end component and data flow diagrams. Produces systems engineering and architecture products in accordance with NSA/CSS, DoD, and federal policies and standards. This person needs the ability to develop software development plans in support of overall architectural plans established by the Government project leader and the lead Systems Engineer on the effort.
Work Experience and Skills:
o Four years experience as a systems engineer and technical expertise in the areas of software development, systems engineering, system integration, computer architecture
component definition, or technology insertion for complex hardware/software systems.
o Six years experience in the DOD/IC as a systems engineer and technical expertise in the areas of software development, systems engineering, system integration, computer architecture component definition, or technology insertion for complex hardware/software systems.
o Four years experience in a software development position providing
technical consulting to other engineering personnel, solving varied technical/scientific system problems, and in support of technical design reviews for processing systems, establishing technical objectives for software development, providing technical input to support the development of cost proposals, and capability delivery schedules.
o Agile or SW Prototype Development.
Certification and Training:
A Bachelor’s degree in an Information Technology related field, such as computer engineering, computer science, math, or physics from an accredited college or university.
o Professional certification in engineering or an information Technology field.
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