Off-Board Mission System Engineer

Key Role:
Support Joint Program Office (JPO) clients by performing program and technical analysis in support of acquisition oversight of an advanced fighter aircraft. Work with personnel at all levels, including flag or general officers, action officers, program managers, and engineers and operate in a complex and dynamic environment. Provide coordination and technical guidance for avionics design and development. Apply avionics and DoD Architecture Framework domain knowledge to provide government insight into requirements management and verification, software (SW) design, quality, test, metrics, and reviews. Provide technical expertise for OMS data strategy process execution and aid in risk planning and assessments. Assist with identification, monitoring, and mitigation formulation for technical and programmatic risk. Provide shipboard OMS integration expertise.
Basic Qualifications:
10 years of experience in aircraft avionics design and development
1 year of experience with technical project management
1 year of experience with modeling, working with the DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF)
Secret clearance
BS degree in Engineering
Additional Qualifications:
Experience with military aviation software
Experience with Foreign Military Sales
Possession of excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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