Candidate must have an active Top Secret clearance with Polygraph.
All positions are located in the Fort Meade and surrounding areas.
Perform a variety of senior level engineering tasks that are broad in nature and are concerned with system design, risk reduction, implementation and integration, including personnel, hardware, software and support facilities and/or equipment.
Serve as key engineering person on projects for both customers and the project teams.
Provide guidance and support to technical and programmatic requirements derivation.
Provide senior technical guidance and leadership of engineering, analysis and development teams.
Guide users and team members in formulating requirements, advise on viability of alternative approaches, and conduct and evaluate feasibility studies.
Responsible for the integration of requirements, design, risk mitigation and technology of complex systems.
Provide guidance and support to ensure seamless incorporation of new plans, designs and systems into ongoing operations.
Guide and participate in development of technical documentation associated with results analysis and risk mitigation.
Guide implementation of and adherence to the C4ISR/DoDAF process and Capability Maturity Model integrated (CMMi) best practices.
Twelve (12) years experience in technical program management and/or as a system development team lead. At least 50% of this experience shall be in programs with particular relevance to SIGINT, Communications Systems, and Information Technology.
Ten (10) years experience as a system engineer in programs that encompassed systems architecture, requirements analysis, design, production, integration, test and transition into operations.
Five (5) years system engineering experience obtained in an intelligence community environment.
Certification and Training:
Twelve (12) years as specified above, plus professional experiences and training commensurate with technology curriculums typically associated with a Master's Degree or equivalent.
In addition to the general system engineering skills, the candidate must be able to perform detailed gap analysis of the Key Management interfaces between central and distributed processing centers to determine the best interface solution for a major modernization effort.
The candidate shall produce a gap analysis based on the existing legacy approach, an engineered approach, and a hybrid approach including tradeoff analysis, design analysis, cost analysis, and schedule analysis.
The candidate must be able to perform use case, sequence diagram and flow diagram analysis to support the gap analysis.
The candidate shall review major program documentation such as Initial Capability Documents and Capability Development Documents as required.
The candidate must have knowledge of the Key Management Infrastructure program and Electronic Key Management System.
The candidate must be comfortable working directly with government and military engineers in a collaborative working environment.
Also, the candidate must be comfortable working on a fast paced development effort for a major acquisition effort.
The candidate must be a self-starter as well as be able to maintain a positive and helping attitude.
Finally, the candidate must be able support monthly travel to multiple locations to support working group meetings.
Peterson Technologies - 19 months ago