Systems Engineer
MacB - Aberdeen, MD

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Provide fire support systems engineering support to the Army’s Product Director for Fire Support Command and Control (PD FSC2), part of PM Mission Command, at APG, MD.

Candidate must be able to:
•Support planning, testing, and execution of the Army's ongoing Network Integration Evaluation/Capabilities Integration Evaluation (NIE/CIE), to include development and review of documentation.
•understand the systems engineering process for software development consisting of Concept of Operations, requirements & architecture, detailed design, implementation, integration test, systems V&V, and operation & maintenance, ending with V&V.
•understand and used the Enterprise Application Model based on the JAVA 2 Platform, enterprise edition (i.e., J2EE).
•understand and use the Department of Defense Operational Architecture Framework (DoDAF) process.
•produce approximately 75% of the listed DoDAF artifacts, using Microsoft Visio or available Army/PM MC software.
•interpret system documents (e.g., CDD, CPD, ORD) and develop and derive requirements lists.
•understand available requirements and development documents to comprehend data/information distribution and available capabilities/functions.
•interpret available system architecture information and develop new/updated architecture documents from development documents.
•convert requirements, doctrinal, and technical documents into system use cases and draft mission thread documents.
•able to evaluate Mission Command and system-of-system test plans and determine impact to fire support systems, architecture, doctrine, and TTPs.


•US Citizen able to obtain a Department of Defense Secret clearance.
•At least 5 years experience supporting the areas cited above or equally similar area.
•Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in the engineering or computer science disciplines.
•Preference to those with experience providing systems engineering support to Army C4ISR systems, ideally fire support systems.