Stanley Associates (wholly owned subsidiary of CGI Federal) is seeking a Systems Analyst (Software) intermediate in the Radar System Section (RSS) of our Lawton/Fort Sill Location:
Develop requirements analyses of proposed radar requirements.
Develop Software Change Request (SCR) analyses.
Develop integration test procedures and strategies.
Conduct integration testing of engineering systems identifying problems.
Conduct field exercises utilizing weapon locating radars, including emplacement, generator operations, march order, and preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS).
Conduct formal live fire testing at Yuma Proving Grounds (YPG) and other locations with weapon locating radars, including extended temporary duty assignments.
Support software engineers in integration tests and field exercises with weapon locating radars.
Required: Associates degree or two year technical school in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Business, or related scientific or technical discipline and a minimum of 3 years of directly related work experience required. 7 years of directly related experience can be substituted for the education. Additional requirements:
Ability to successfully complete the Stanley Background Investigation to include; 50 State Criminal, Education and Employment; Additionally, your ability to successfully complete a Credit and/or Driving Records Checks may be conducted if required by the contract for continued employment.
Ability to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance is required for continued employment; US Citizenship is required.
Must be capable of providing functional and empirical analysis related to the design, development, and implementation of software systems, including, but not limited to application software, utility software, development software, and diagnostic software.
Must be capable of participating in the development of test strategies, devices, and systems.
Must have extensive operational knowledge of weapon locating radar and experience in the operation or maintenance of weapon locating radars including AN/TPQ-36, AN/TPQ-37 or Lightweight Counter Mortor Radar.
Must have excellent interpersonal skills, to include the ability to work on multi-functional teams, as well as proven verbal and written communication skills.
Must be able to obtain licenses to operate military vehicles for field exercises.
Must be physically capable of emplacing and march ordering AN/TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37 radars.
General understanding of the software development process.
Experience in both operations and maintenance of weapon locating radars is preferred.
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